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Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometrics Workshop

Michigan Morphometrics Workshop (1988 University of Michigan)

Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometrics Workshop

by Michigan Morphometrics Workshop (1988 University of Michigan)

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Published by University of Michigan Museum of Zoology in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Morphology -- Statistical methods -- Congresses.,
  • Biology -- Classification -- Statistical methods -- Congresses.,
  • Morphology -- Mathematics -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by F. James Rohlf, Fred L. Bookstein.
    SeriesSpecial publication,
    ContributionsRohlf, F. James, 1936-, Bookstein, Fred L., 1947-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH351 .M53 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 380 p. :
    Number of Pages380
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1670315M
    ISBN 100962849901
    LC Control Number91623498

      Geometric morphometrics technology has gained considerable momentum and is making rapid progress. In entomology, 2‐D data have been the primary sources for analyses, particularly on flat organs such as the wings and the posterior lobe of epandrium (a part of male genitalia) in Drosophila (Zeng et al. ; Takahashi et al. a), and even Cited by: 9. The Michigan Morphometrics Workshop was the nexus out of which geometric morphometrics sprang (see Rohlf and Bookstein ) and, during those 12 days in May — some of which were quite intense — Ralph’s talents for engaging with people, teaching and explaining complex mathematical concepts in simple terms that even math-phobic.

    UCMP News Archive: Paper Summarizes the History of UC Museum of Paleontology A new history of the UC Museum of Paleontology was issued by the California Academy of Sciences as part of a special volume dealing with natural history museums across the country. Dr. Kay Holekamp's work recognized with prestigious award from the Animal Behavior Society 10/28/ Congratulations to Dr. Holekamp, who has been named the recipient of the Distinguished Animal Behaviorist Award in recognition of her decades of extensive research on the spotted hyena! Dr. Zachary Laubach interviewed by Molecular Ecology Spotlight on recent publication.

    Bookstein FL Introduction to methods for landmark data. In FJ Rohlf, FL Bookstein (eds), Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometrics Workshop, The University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Special Publication 2, Ann Arbor, p. [ Links ] Bookstein FL Associated Morphometrics Workshop: In addition to the PEET meeting itself, Miriam Zelditch from the University of Michigan, along with Don Swiderski, ran a morphometrics workshop at Berkeley immediately following the PEET meeting proper, from June Here is a short synopsis.


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James Rohlf Cited by: Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometrics Workshop held at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan from May 16 through Edited by F. James Rohlf. Michigan Morphometrics Workshop ( University of Michigan).

Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometrics Workshop. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors.

(Book Reviews: Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometrics Workshop.) Article (PDF Available) in Science January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. : Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometrics Workshop (Special Publications No 2) (): Bookstein, Fred L., Rohlf, F.

James: Books. Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometrics Workshop. Special Publ. 2, The University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. Collection of papers resulting from the Michigan workshop. Topics include data acquisition, multivariate methods, methods for outline data, methods for landmark data, and the problem of homology.

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Workshops and Conferences on Geometric Morphometrics Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Organized by Jennifer Kitchell, Fred Bookstein, and William Fink at The University of Michigan. Funded by the National Science Foundation. Proceedings published as Rohlf and Bookstein (the "blue book"). Stony Brook, New York. The study of geometric morphometrics in anthropology has made a major impact on the field of morphometrics by aiding in some of the technological and methodological advancements.

Geometric morphometrics is an approach that studies shape using Cartesian landmark and semilandmark coordinates that are capable of capturing morphologically distinct shape variables. Morphometrics (from Greek μορϕή morphe, "shape, form", and -μετρία metria, "measurement") or morphometry refers to the quantitative analysis of form, a concept that encompasses size and metric analyses are commonly performed on organisms, and are useful in analyzing their fossil record, the impact of mutations on shape, developmental changes in form, covariances between.

Rohlf, F. An overview of image processing and analysis techniques for morphometrics. Pages 37–60 in F. Rohlf and F. Bookstein, (eds), Proceedings of the Michigan morphometrics workshop. University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Special Publication 2. Google ScholarCited by: MacLeod, N.

Digital images and automated image analysis systems. Pages 21–35 in F. Rohlf and F. Bookstein, (eds.), Proceedings of the Michigan morphometrics workshop. University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Special Publication no. 2: Ann Arbor. Google ScholarAuthor: Antonio Garcia-Valdecasas.

"Traditional" morphometrics: Traditional morphometrics (Marcus ) comprises data (linear measurements, angles, areas, etc.) and methods (resemblance functions, ordination, classification) that have been employed in order to capture and summarize information on shape variation by sampling shape in an ad hoc kind of way that has no necessary connection to the objects being analyzed (e.g.

ume contains the proceedings of that workshop. The Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometrics Work. shop is a compilation of articles on specific geometric and statistical procedures for analyzing biological form.

Included with the book are several computer programs (with example data sets; see below) that. Morphometrics is a quantitative way of addressing the shape comparisons that have always interested biologists (Zelditch et al.

In this sense, Geometric Morphometrics could be defined as the study of form in two or three dimensional spaces (Bookstein ) allowing in. Rohlf, F. James (Book) editions published Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometrics Workshop by Ann Arbor, Mich.) Michigan Morphometrics Workshop ( (Book.

Skull size and shape have been widely used to study domestic animal populations and breeds. Although several techniques have been proposed to quantify cranial form, few attempts have been made to compare the results obtained by different techniques. While linear morphometrics has traditionally been used in breed characterization, recent advances in geometric morphometrics have created new Author: Pere Miquel Parés-Casanova, Arcesio Salamanca-Carreño, René Alejandro Crosby-Granados, Jannet Bentez.

Fink, W.L. Data acquisition for morphometric analysis in systematic biology. In: Proceedings of the Michigan Morphometrics Workshop. J.F. Rohlf and F.L. Bookstein (Eds.), Special Publication No. 2, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, pp.

The book is available on line by following links to the "Reading Room" and searching. Evolutionary change within fossil lineages and the morphologic (i.e., size and shape) adaptation of fossil species to different ancient environments can only be inferred from morphologic analysis of fossil populations.

Until the early s the morphologic study of microfossils involved tedious “eyeball” measurements of large numbers of specimens from many samples, precluding use of the.

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avg rating — 0 ratings. Want to Read saving /5.An outline morphometric approach to identifying fossil spiders: A preliminary examination from the Florissant Formation eds., Proceedings of the Michigan morphometrics workshop: Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Special Publication 2, p.

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