Data from: Two-module organization of the mandible in the yellow-necked mouse: a comparison of two different morphometric approaches

Vida Jojic, Jelena Blagojevic & Mladen Vujosevic
Mandibles of yellow-necked mouse (Apodemus flavicollis) were used to explore modularity. We tested a biological hypothesis that two separate modules (alveolar region and ascending ramus) can be recognized within the mandible. As a second research goal, we compared two different morphometric procedures under the assumption that methodological approaches that use either geometric or traditional morphometric techniques should give similar results. Besides confirmation of the predicted hypothesis of modularity, the application of both approaches revealed that:...
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