Todd C. Rae
Todd C. Rae
Reader, Life Sciences, University of Roehampton
Adresse e-mail validée de roehampton.ac.uk
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The logical basis for the use of continuous characters in phylogenetic systematics
TC Rae
Cladistics 14 (3), 221-228, 1998
1581998
Isometric scaling of maxillary sinus volume in hominoids
TC Rae, T Koppe
Journal of Human Evolution 38 (3), 411-423, 2000
882000
Holes in the head: evolutionary interpretations of the paranasal sinuses in catarrhines
TC Rae, T Koppe
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews: Issues, News, and …, 2004
692004
Clinal variation of maxillary sinus volume in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata)
TC Rae, RA Hill, Y Hamada, T Koppe
American Journal of Primatology: Official Journal of the American Society of …, 2003
672003
The Early Evolution of the Hominoid Face
TC RAE
Function, Phylogeny, and Fossils: Miocene Hominoid Evolution and Adaptations …, 1997
671997
The Neanderthal face is not cold adapted
TC Rae, T Koppe, CB Stringer
Journal of human evolution 60 (2), 234-239, 2011
632011
Mosaic evolution in the origin of the Hominoidea
TC Rae
Folia Primatologica 70 (3), 125-135, 1999
541999
Ancestral loss of the maxillary sinus in Old World monkeys and independent acquisition in Macaca
TC Rae, T Koppe, F Spoor, B Benefit, M McCrossin
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2002
532002
Influence of craniofacial morphology on primate paranasal pneumatization
T Koppe, TC Rae, DR Swindler
Annals of Anatomy-Anatomischer Anzeiger 181 (1), 77-80, 1999
521999
Developmental response to cold stress in cranial morphology of Rattus: implications for the interpretation of climatic adaptation in fossil hominins
TC Rae, US Viðarsdottir, N Jeffery, AT Steegmann
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 273 (1601 …, 2006
472006
The maxillary sinus in primate paleontology and systematics
TC Rae
The paranasal sinuses of higher primates: development, function and …, 1999
421999
Paranasal pneumatization in extant and fossil Cercopithecoidea
TC Rae
Journal of human evolution 54 (3), 279-286, 2008
322008
The term “lateral recess” and craniofacial pneumatization in old world monkeys (Mammalia, Primates, Cercopithecoidea)
TC Rae, T Koppe
Journal of Morphology 258 (2), 193-199, 2003
292003
Functional morphology of the cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) cranium: a three-dimensional geometric morphometric analysis
AH van Heteren, A MacLarnon, C Soligo, TC Rae
Quaternary International 339, 209-216, 2014
252014
Independence of Biomechanical Forces and Craniofacial Pneumatization in Cebus
TC Rae, T Koppe
The Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary …, 2008
242008
Factors in the evolution of the primate pneumatic cavities: possible roles of the paranasal sinuses
T Koppe, H Nagai, TC Rae
The paranasal sinuses of higher primates. Berlin: Quintessence. p, 151-175, 1999
241999
New hominoid fossils from the early Miocene site of Songhor, Kenya
IO Nengo, TC Rae
Journal of Human Evolution 23, 423-429, 1992
241992
Cave bears and their closest living relatives: a 3D geometric morphometrical approach to the functional morphology of the cave bear Ursus spelaeus
AH Van Heteren, A MacLarnon, TC Rae, C Soligo
Slovenský Kras Acta Carsologica Slovaca 47 (supplement 1), 33-46, 2009
202009
Phylogenetic analysis of proconsulid facial morphology
TC Rae
State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1993
201993
New palaeothentid marsupials (Caenolestoidea) from the Early Miocene of Patagonian Argentina. American Museum novitates; no. 3165
TC Rae, TM Bown, JG Fleagle
New York, NY: American Museum of Natural History, 1996
191996
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