Gabrielle Hirschkorn

College of Sciences

2021 article

Masticatory muscle architectural correlates of dietary diversity in Canidae, Ursidae, and across the order Carnivora

Hartstone-Rose, A., Dickinson, E., Deutsch, A. R., Worden, N., & Hirschkorn, G. A. (2021, September 12). ANATOMICAL RECORD-ADVANCES IN INTEGRATIVE ANATOMY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY, Vol. 9.

By: A. Hartstone-Rose n, E. Dickinson n, A. Deutsch n, N. Worden n & G. Hirschkorn n

author keywords: allometry; bite force; PCSA; scaling
MeSH headings : Animals; Canidae; Carnivora; Diet; Felidae; Humans; Masticatory Muscles; Ursidae
TL;DR: Novel architectural data is presented on two additional carnivoran families—Ursidae and Canidae—and supplement these previous studies with additional felid, musteloid, herpestid, hyaenid, and viverrid taxa to reflect the increased morphological and dietary diversity of musteloids relative to other carnivoran groups. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 28, 2021

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