Data from: A modular framework characterizes micro- and macroevolution of Old World monkey dentitions

Theresa M. Grieco, Oliver T. Rizk & Leslea J. Hlusko
The study of modularity can provide a foundation for integrating development into studies of phenotypic evolution. The dentition is an ideal phenotype for this as it is developmentally relatively simple, adaptively highly significant, and evolutionarily tractable through the fossil record. Here, we use phenotypic variation in the dentition to test a hypothesis about genetic modularity. Quantitative genetic analysis of size variation in the baboon dentition indicates a genetic modular framework corresponding to tooth type categories....
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