P. David Polly
P. David Polly
Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Indiana University
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Phylogenetic and environmental components of morphological variation: skull, mandible, and molar shape in marmots (Marmota, Rodentia)
R Caumul, PD Polly
Evolution 59 (11), 2460-2472, 2005
The macroevolutionary consequences of phenotypic integration: from development to deep time
A Goswami, JB Smaers, C Soligo, PD Polly
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
Merging paleobiology with conservation biology to guide the future of terrestrial ecosystems
AD Barnosky, EA Hadly, P Gonzalez, J Head, PD Polly, AM Lawing, ...
Science 355 (6325), eaah4787, 2017
Limbs in mammalian evolution
PD Polly
Fins into Limbs, 245-268, 2008
Giant boid snake from the Palaeocene neotropics reveals hotter past equatorial temperatures
JJ Head, JI Bloch, AK Hastings, JR Bourque, EA Cadena, FA Herrera, ...
Nature 457 (7230), 715-717, 2009
Geometric morphometrics: recent applications to the study of evolution and development
AM Lawing, PD Polly
Journal of Zoology 280 (1), 1-7, 2010
The influence of modularity on cranial morphological disparity in Carnivora and Primates (Mammalia)
A Goswami, PD Polly
PloS one 5 (3), e9517, 2010
Larger mammals have longer faces because of size-related constraints on skull form
A Cardini, PD Polly
Nature communications 4 (1), 2458, 2013
Multigenic and morphometric differentiation of ground squirrels (Spermophilus, Scuiridae, Rodentia) in Turkey, with a description of a new species
İ Gündüz, M Jaarola, C Tez, C Yeniyurt, PD Polly, JB Searle
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 43 (3), 916-935, 2007
Methods for studying morphological integration and modularity
A Goswami, PD Polly
Quantitative Methods in Paleobiology 16, 213-243, 2010
Phylogenetic principal components analysis and geometric morphometrics
PD Polly, AM Lawing, AC Fabre, A Goswami
Hystrix 24 (1), 33, 2013
Evolution of the snake body form reveals homoplasy in amniote Hox gene function
JJ Head, PD Polly
Nature 520 (7545), 86-89, 2015
Adaptive zones and the pinniped ankle: a 3D quantitative analysis of carnivoran tarsal evolution
PD Polly
Mammalian Evolutionary Morphology: A Tribute to Frederick S. Szalay …, 2008
Developmental dynamics and G-matrices: can morphometric spaces be used to model phenotypic evolution?
PD Polly
Evolutionary biology 35 (2), 83-96, 2008
Pleistocene climate, phylogeny, and climate envelope models: an integrative approach to better understand species' response to climate change
AM Lawing, PD Polly
PloS one 6 (12), e28554, 2011
Paleontology and the comparative method: ancestral node reconstructions versus observed node values
PD Polly
The American Naturalist 157 (6), 596-609, 2001
Combining geometric morphometrics and finite element analysis with evolutionary modeling: towards a synthesis
PD Polly, CT Stayton, ER Dumont, SE Pierce, EJ Rayfield, KD Angielczyk
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 36 (4), e1111225, 2016
Morphological integration in the hominin dentition: evolutionary, developmental, and functional factor
A Gómez‐Robles, PD Polly
Evolution 66 (4), 1024-1043, 2012
On morphological clocks and paleophylogeography: towards a timescale for Sorex hybrid zones
PD Polly
Genetica 112, 339-357, 2001
Paleophylogeography: The Tempo of Geographic Differentiation in Marmots (Marmota)
PD Polly
Journal of Mammalogy 84 (2), 369-384, 2003
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