Miguel Prôa
Miguel Prôa
Muséum des Sciences Naturelles d'Angers, Ville d'Angers, France
Verified email at ville.angers.fr
TitleCited byYear
The impact of simplifications on the performance of a finite element model of a Macaca fascicularis cranium
LC Fitton, M Prôa, C Rowland, V Toro‐Ibacache, P O'Higgins
The Anatomical Record 298 (1), 107-121, 2015
Type I error rates for testing genetic drift with phenotypic covariance matrices: a simulation study
M Prôa, P O'Higgins, LR Monteiro
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 67 (1), 185-195, 2013
Cranial features of mainland and Commander Islands (Russia) Arctic foxes (Vulpes lagopus) reflect their diverging foraging strategies
O Nanova, M Prôa
Polar Research 36 (sup1), 7, 2017
Cranial form evolution and functional adaptations to diet among papionins : a comparative study combining quantitative genetics, geometric morphometrics, and finite element …
M Prôa
The Hull York Medical School, University of Hull and University of York, 2013
Random genetic drift and cranial form evolution in Anthropoids
M Prôa, V Matos
Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution 6, 151, 2017
Exploring the microevolutionary processes acting on Primate cranial form using morphometric data and quantitative genetic models
M Prôa
Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution 5, 194, 2016
Manuals for the EVAN toolbox
P O’Higgins, GW Weber, H Baverstock, M Prôa, J Dunn, C Fornai
Comparison of cranial performance between mainland and two island subspecies of the Arctic fox Vulpes lagopus (Carnivora: Canidae) during simulated biting
O Nanova, M Prôa, LC Fitton, A Evteev, P O’Higgins
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121 (4), 923-935, 2017
Notice et description de deux crânes de rhinocéros (Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotidae) présents au Muséum des sciences naturelles d’Angers
M Prôa, M Beucher, B Mellier
Bulletin de la Société d’Études Scientifiques de l’Anjou 28, 77-87, 2017
Un spécimen, deux montages
M Prôa
A dichotomous key based on cranial, mandibular and dental anatomy for identifying the skull of living rhinoceroses (Perissodactyla, Rhinocerotidae)
M Prôa
(unpublished draft), 2016
Making functional and dietary inferences using FEA: approximation in modelling.
P O'Higgins, MJ Fagan, M Prôa, LC Fitton
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 147, 227-227, 2012
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