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Are Morphology-Performance Relationships Invariant across Different Seasons? A Test with the Green Anole Lizard (Anolis carolinensis)

A key assumption in ecomorphological studies is that morphology-function relationships are invariant due to underlying biomechanical principles. We tested the hypothesis that morphology-performance relationships are invariant across different seasons by examining how a key performance trait, bite... Full description

1st Person: Irschick, Duncan J.
Additional Persons: Ramos, Margarita verfasserin; Buckley, Christine verfasserin; Elstrott, Justin verfasserin; Carlisle, Elizabeth verfasserin; Lailvaux, Simon P. verfasserin; Bloch, Natasha verfasserin; Herrel, Anthony verfasserin; Vanhooydonck, Bieke verfasserin
Source: in Oikos : a journal of ecology Vol. 114, No. 1 (2006), p. 49-59
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2006
Keywords: research-article
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