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Department of Human Evolution

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology

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Publications

Articles

Arnold, P. (submitted). Evolutionary stasis, multiple constraints, and the scaling of the mammalian cervical spine.
Wölfer, J., Amson, E., Arnold, P., Botton-Divet, L., Fabre, A.-C., van Heteren, H., A., & Nyakatura, J. A. (2019). Femoral morphology of sciuromorph rodents in light of scaling and locomotor ecology. Journal of Anatomy,234(6), 731-747.
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Böhmer, C., Amson, E., Arnold, P., van Heteren, A. H., & Nyakatura, J. A. (2018). Homeotic transformations reflect departure from the mammalian ‘rule of seven’ cervical vertebrae in sloths: Inferences on the Hox code and morphological modularity of the mammalian neck. BMC Evolutionary Biology,18: 84.
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Mielke, M., Wölfer, J., Arnold, P., van Heteren, A. H., Amson, E., & Nyakatura, J. A. (2018). Trabecular architecture in the sciuromorph femoral head: allometry and functional adaptation. Zoological Letters,4: 10.
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Arnold, P., Amson, E., & Fischer, M. S. (2017). Differential scaling patterns of vertebrae and the evolution of neck length in mammals. Evolution,71(6), 1587-1599.
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Arnold, P., Esteve-Altava, B., & Fischer, M. S. (2017). Musculoskeletal networks reveal topological disparity in mammalian neck evolution. BMC Evolutionary Biology,17: 251.
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Arnold, P., Forterre, F., Lang, J., & Fischer, M. S. (2016). Morphological disparity, conservatism, and integration in the canine lower cervical spine: Insights into mammalian neck function and regionalization. Mammalian Biology,81(2), 153-162.
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Arnold, P., Fischer, M. S., & Nyakatura, J. A. (2014). Soft tissue influence on ex vivo mobility in the hip of Iguana: Comparison with in vivo movement and its bearing on joint motion of fossil sprawling tetrapods. Journal of Anatomy,225(1), 31-41.
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Arnold, P., Fischer, M., & Nyakatura, J. (2013).Movement versus mobility: The range of long-axis rotation in the hip joint oft Iguana. Poster presented at 106th annual meeting of the German Zoological Society, München.
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Meeting Abstracts

Arnold, P., & Hublin, J.-J. (2017). Neck mobility in Neandertals compared to modern humans. In Proceedings of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution (PESHE) (6, pp. 11).
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Talks

Amson, E., Arnold, P., & Nyakatura, J. A. (2016).Bone internal microstructure of the forelimb of xenarthrans (Mammalia) – functional implications. Talk presented at 11th International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology. Washington DC. 2016-06-29 - 2016-07-03.
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Arnold, P., Stark, H., Werneburg, I., & Fischer, M. S. (2016).Mammalian neck construction between variation and constraints. Talk presented at 11th International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology. Washington DC. 2016-06-29 - 2016-07-03.
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Arnold, P. (2015).3D in-situ Visualisierung und Quantifizierung des Halsmuskelkomplexes und seiner Mikroarchitektur bei kleinen Säugetieren. Talk presented at Graduiertenforum der Fachgruppe Morphologie der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft 2015, Jena, Germany. Jena. 2015-10-09 - 2015-10-11.
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Arnold, P. (2015).How to construct a mammal’s neck?. Talk presented at 6th International Meeting on Craniocervical Systems in Vertebrates. Ghent, Belgium. 2015-07-07 - 2015-07-10.
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Arnold, P., Forterre, F., & Lang, J. (2014).Conformity or disparity: Size and shape of canine lower cervical vertebrae. Talk presented at 107th annual meeting of the German Zoological Society. Göttingen. 2014-09-11 - 2014-09-14.
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Nyakatura, J., Arnold, P., Allen, V., & Fischer, M. (2012).Mobility in the hip joint of Iguana and implications for deducing the range of motion in early reptiles. Talk presented at 100. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft. Berlin. 2012-09-24 - 2012-09-29.
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