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Robert Wayne (1986)

Limb morphology of domestic and wild canids: The influence of development on morphologic change

Journal of Morphology, 187(3):301-319.

Biomechanical hypotheses are often invoked to explain the characteristic scaling of limb proportions. Patterns of static allometry and morphologic diversity, however, may also reflect the developmental...

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