Is cranial biomechanic simulation linked to Diet?

 

Dr Tseng talks to Eleanor Dove about his recent publication ‘Are Cranial Biomechanical Simulation Data Linked to Known Diets in Extant Taxa? A Method for Applying Diet-Biomechanics Linkage Models to Infer Feeding Capability of Extinct Species’.

Link to PLOS ONE publication: Are Cranial Biomechanical Simulation Data Linked to Known Diets in Extant Taxa? A Method for Applying Diet-Biomechanics Linkage Models to Infer Feeding Capability of Extinct Species

Link to the other paper referred to in the interview: An integrative method for testing form–function linkages and reconstructed evolutionary pathways of masticatory specialization

For more information on Dr Tseng’s work please visit his website: https://sites.google.com/site/zjtseng/

Or follow him on Twitter: @Tseng_ZJ

 

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