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Shaping Primate Evolution

Shaping Primate EvolutionContributors

  • Gene H. Albrecht
  • Fred Anapol
  • Fred L. Bookstein
  • Matt Cartmill
  • George Chaplin
  • Robin H. Crompton
  • Willem de Winter
  • Brigitte Demes
  • John G. Fleagle
  • Bruce Gelvin
  • Rebecca Z. German
  • J. Patrick Gray
  • Walter S. Greaves
  • Colin P. Groves
  • Michael M. Günther
  • William L. Hylander
  • Nina G. Jablonski
  • Kirk R. Johnson
  • Françoise Jouffroy
  • D. Casey Kerrigan
  • Robert S. Kidd
  • Peter W. Lucas
  • Monique F. Médina
  • Joseph M. A. Miller
  • Paul O'Higgins
  • Charles Oxnard
  • Ruilang L. Pan
  • Matthew J. Ravosa
  • Kaye E. Reed
  • F. James Rohlf
  • Callum F. Ross
  • Russell Savage
  • Nazima Shahnoor
  • Jack T. Stern, Jr.
  • Christopher Vinyard
  • Christine E. Wall
  • Weijie Wang
  • Yu Li

Contents

Preface: Shaping Primate Evolution
Fred Anapol, Rebecca Z. German & Nina G. Jablonski

Chapter 1: Charles Oxnard: An Appreciation
Matt Cartmill

PART I--CRANIOFACIAL FORM AND VARIATION

Chapter 2: The Ontogeny of Sexual Dimorphism: The Implications of Longitudinal vs. Cross-sectional Data for Studying Heterochrony in Mammals
Rebecca Z. German

Chapter 3: Advances in the Analysis of Form and Pattern: Facial Growth in African Colobines
Paul O'Higgins & Ruliang L. Pan

Chapter 4: Cranial Variation among the Asian Colobines
Ruliang L. Pan & Colin P. Groves

Chapter 5: Craniometric Variation in Early Homo Compared to Modern Gorillas: A Population-thinking Approach
Joseph M A. Miller, Gene H. Albrecht & Bruce R. Gelvin

PART II--ORGAN STRUCTURE, FUNCTION, AND BEHAVIOR

Chapter 6: Fiber Architecture, Muscle Function, and Behavior: Gluteal and Hamstring Muscles of Semiterrestrial and Arboreal Guenons
Fred Anapol, Nazima Shahnoor & J. Patrick Gray

Chapter 7: Comparative Fiber-type Composition and Size in the Antigravity Muscles of Primate Limbs
Françoise K. Jouffroy & Monique F. Médina

Chapter 8: On the Nature of Morphology: Selected Canonical Variates Analyses of the Hominoid Hindtarsus and Their Interpretation
Robert S. Kidd

Chapter 9: Plant Mechanics and Primate Dental Adaptations: An Overview
Peter W. Lucas

Chapter 10: Convergent Evolution in Brain "Shape"and Locomotion in Primates
Willem de Winter

PART III--IN VIVO ORGANISMAL VERIFICATION OF FUNCTIONAL MODELS

Chapter 11: Jaw Adductor Force and Symphyseal Fusion
William L. Hylander, Christopher J. Vinyard, Matthew J. Ravosa, Callum F. Ross, Christine E. Wall & Kirk R. Johnson

Chapter 12: Hind Limb Drive, Hind Limb Steering? Functional Differences Between Fore and Hind Limbs in Chimpanzee Quadrupedalism
Yu Li, Robin H. Crompton, Weijie Wang, Russell Savage & Michael M. Günther

PART IV--THEORETICAL MODELS IN EVOLUTIONARY MORPHOLOGY

Chapter 13: Becoming Bipedal: How do Theories of Bipedalization Stand Up to Anatomical Scrutiny?
Nina G. Jablonski & George Chaplin

Chapter 14: Modeling Human Walking as an Inverted Pendulum of Varying Length
Jack T. Stern, Jr., Brigitte Demes & D. Casey Kerrigan

Chapter 15: Estimating the Line of Action of Posteriorly Inclined Resultant Jaw Muscle Forces in Mammals Using a Model that Minimizes Functionally Important Distances in the Skull
Walter Stalker Greaves

PART V--PRIMATE DIVERSITY AND EVOLUTION

Chapter 16: The Evolution of Primate Ecology: Patterns of Geography and Phylogeny
John G. Fleagle & Kaye E. Reed

Suggested Citation: ANAPOL, FRED, REBECCA Z. GERMAN AND NINA G. JABLONSKI (eds.). 2004. Shaping Primate Evolution. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 442 pp.

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