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by J.T. Sorensen,R. Foottit

eBook Ordination in the Study of Morphology, Evolution and Systematics of Insects: Applications and Quantitative Genetic Rationals epub
  • ISBN: 0444898018
  • Author: J.T. Sorensen,R. Foottit
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Biological Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science (November 5, 1992)
  • Pages: 418 pages
  • ePUB size: 1249 kb
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In Foottit, R. and Sorensen, J. T. (ed., Ordination in the Study of Morphology, Evolution and Systematics of Insects: Applications and Quantitative Genetic Rationales, Elsevier, New York, pp. 241–259. Darroch, J. and Mosimann, J. E. (1985). Canonical and principal components of shape. Biometrika 72: 24. oogle Scholar.

R. Strauss, in Ordination in the Study of Morphology, Evolution, and Systematics of Insects: Applications and Quantitative Genetic Rationales, J. Sorensen, R. Foottit, Eds. (Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, 1992), pp. 157–179. 7. D. J. Emlen, Science 291, 1534 (2001). Genetic correlations (r) between FW and pupal mass were estimated in each selected direction by 3 calculating the square root of the products of the ratios of the indirect and direct response of the traits to selection (equation 1., (S4)).

In book: Ordination in the Study of Morphology, Evolution and Systematics. Publisher: Elsevier, Amsterdam. Cite this publication. Roger Laurence Blackman. Samples of both apterae and alatae from Opuntia in S Africa and Apocynum in USA had similar scores that discriminated them from all other samples, but apart from this the analysis failed to reveal any clustering of samples which might indicate the existence of more than one taxon, and notably failed to differentiate between samples from Compositae (putative armoraceae) and Zea (putative maidiradicis).

Ordination in the study of morphology, evolution and systematics of insects: applications and quantitative genetic . Ordination methods: their contrast to clustering and cladistic techniques (. An introduction to ordination, principa. More).

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Applications and quantitative genetic rationals. Ordination methods: their contrast to clustering and cladistic techniques. pp. 1–10in Sorensen, . Ed., Ordination in the study of morphology, evolution and systematics of insects. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers. Sexual selection in dung beetles I: A multivariate study of the morphological variation in two species of Onthophagus (Scarabaeidae: Onthophagini). Australian Journal of Zoology 35: 123–32. Applications and quantitative genetic rationals.

Ordination in the Study of Morphology, Evolution and Systematics of Insects Application and Quantitative Genetic Rationals by John Thomas Sorensen, . Sorensen, Robert G. Foottit Hardcover, 418 Pages, Published 1992 by Elsevier Publishing Company ISBN-13: 978-0-444-89801-2, ISBN: 0-444-89801-8.

Insect morphology is the study and description of the physical form of insects. Three physical features separate insects from other arthropods: they have a body divided into three regions (head, thorax, and abdomen), have three pairs of legs, and mouthparts located outside of the head capsule.

Contributions to the workshop on Ordination Methods in Entomological Systematics, along with ordination-based research presented at the congress symposium on The Structural Basis and Analysis of Allometric Growth in Insects, formed the initial basis for this volume. Taking those sessions even further, this book portrays many current, distinct aspects of ordination analyses that have never been covered, as well as conveying a wealth of possibilities for the biological and evolutionary interpretations that these techniques allow. Several of the aspects here are still evolving in theory and implementation, hence the text incorporates disagreement and varied usage to enable the reader to see and understand the philosophies and arguments involved.

The aim of this volume is to provide insights and inspirations for those already experienced in morphometric research, and also to provide examples for inexperienced workers. Examples and arguments for required cautions and the limitations of the techniques are included, as is a wide range of methods from which to choose, each with its own characteristics and potential applications.

The emphasis of this publication is thus on how researchers use and interpret ordinations to solve systematic problems in their particular taxonomic groups; it will serve as a catalyst for the exploration of the potential of ordinations in systematic and evolutionary research.

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