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Social Integration of Sorority Women Living in Residence Halls

Roger Wessel & Molly Salisbury

Patterns of fluctuating asymmetry in the limbs of freshwater turtles: are more functionally important limbs more symmetrical?

Gabriel Rivera & Cally Monie Deppen Neely
Understanding how selective forces influence patterns of symmetry remains an active area of research in evolutionary biology. One hypothesis, which has received relatively little attention, suggests that the functional importance of morphological characters may influence patterns of symmetry. Specifically, it posits that for structures that display bilateral symmetry, those with greater functional importance should display lower levels of asymmetry. The aim of this study was to examine the patterns of fluctuating asymmetry (FA) present in...

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