Advances in morphometrics
Analysis of size and shape of organism usingGeometric morphometrics Report on the NATO Advance Study Institute held at II Ciocco, Lucca, Italy 18–30 July, 1993
KeywordsShape Difference Geometric Morphometrics Coordinate Data NATO Advance Study Institute Morphometric Technique
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