Primate Phylogeny and Evolution Print E-mail


- DIOGO, R., D. NODEN, C. M. SMITH, J. A. MOLNAR, J. BOUGHNER, C. BARROCAS & J. BRUNO (2016). Learning and understanding human anatomy and pathology: an evolutionary and developmental guide for medical students. Taylor & Francis (Oxford, UK). 348 pages.

- DIOGO, R. & WOOD, B. (2012). "Comparative anatomy and phylogeny of primate muscles and human evolution". Taylor & Francis (Oxford, UK). c.1000 pages.


pdf DIOGO, R., J. MOLNAR & B. WOOD (2017). Bonobo anatomy reveals stasis and mosaicism in chimpanzee evolution, and supports bonobos as the most appropriate extant model for the common ancestor of chimpanzees and humans. Nature Scientific Reports [PPE6--> PDF; FOR A HIGH QUALITY VERSION OF THE PDF, PLEASE CONTACT RUI DIOGO]

pdfDIOGO, R. & S. E. SANTANA (2017). Evolution of facial musculature and relationships with facial color patterns, mobility, social group size, development, birth defects and assymetric use of facial expressions. In: Russel, R. & Dols, J. M. F. (eds.), The Science of Facial Expression, Oxford University Press (Oxford, UK): p. 133-152. [PPE5--> PDF; FOR A HIGH QUALITY VERSION OF THE PDF, PLEASE CONTACT RUI DIOGO]

pdfESTEVE-ALTAVA, B., J.C. BOUGHNER, R. DIOGO, B. VILLMOARE & D. RASSKIN-GUTMAN (2015). Anatomical network analysis shows decoupling of modular lability and complexity in the evolution of the primate skull. PLOS One 10: e0127653 [PCA16 --> PDF; FOR A HIGH QUALITY VERSION OF THE PDF, PLEASE CONTACT RUI DIOGO]


SANTANA, S. E, S. D. DOBSON & R. WOOD (2014). Plain faces are more expressive: comparative study of facial color, mobility and musculature in primates. Biological Letters 10: 20140275. [PPE4--> PDF]


DIOGO, R. & B. WOOD (2013). The broader evolutionary lessons to be learned from a comparative and phylogenetic analysis of primate muscle morphology. Biological Reviews 88: 988-1001. [PPE3--> PDF; Reduced Quality, for a Higher Quality PDF file, please contact Rui Diogo]


DIOGO, R., Z. PENG & B. WOOD (2013). First comparative study of primate morphological and molecular evolutionary rates including muscle data: implications for the tempo and mode of primate and human evolution. Journal of Anatomy 222: 410-418. [PPE2--> PDF; two parts of paper provided in the two attached files]


DIOGO, R., L. MATTHEWS & B. WOOD (2012). A major reason to study muscle anatomy: myology as a tool for evolutionary, developmental, and systematic biology. Journal of Organ Biology 1:102. [PPE1--> PDF]

pdfDIOGO, R. & B. A. WOOD (2011). Soft-tissue anatomy of the primates: phylogenetic analyses bases on the muscles of the head, neck, pectoral region and upper limb, with notes on the evolution of these muscles. J Anat 219:273-359 [PCA9 --> PDF].

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