Data from: The development of integration in marsupial and placental limbs

E. McKenna Kelly, Jonathan D. Marcot, Lynne Selwood & Karen E. Sears
The morphological interdependence of traits, or their integration, is commonly thought to influence their evolution. As such, study of morphological integration and the factors responsible for its generation form an important branch of the field of morphological evolution. However, most research to date on post-cranial morphological integration has focused on adult patterns of integration. This study investigates patterns of correlation (i.e., morphological integration) among skeletal elements of the fore- and hind limbs of developing marsupial...
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