*  Physiology of dinosaurs - Wikipedia
The size is also related to the body size of animal, of course, so this effect is removed by analysis of allometry. Blood flow ... The encephalization quotient (EQ) of dinosaurs, a measure of brain size calculated using brain endocasts, varies on a spectrum ... Dinosaurs of all sizes grew faster than similarly sized modern reptiles; but the results of comparisons with similarly sized " ... Modern crocodilians' hearts are four-chambered, but are smaller relative to body size and run at lower pressure than those of ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physiology_of_dinosaurs
*  Acrocanthosaurus - Wikipedia
Therrien, F.; Henderson, D.M. (2007). "My theropod is bigger than yours...or not: estimating body size from skull length in ... While the brain is similar to many theropods, it is most similar to that of allosauroids. It most resembles the brains of ... in addition to the brain itself. However, the general features of the brain and cranial nerves could be determined from the ... The brain was slightly sigmoidal (S-shaped), without much expansion of the cerebral hemispheres, more like a crocodile than a ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acrocanthosaurus
*  13.+Diet+and+Brain+Size.ppt+[Read-Only] - DIET EVOLUTION OF BRAIN SIZE I BRAIN BODY SIZE ENERGY II EVOLUTIONARY TRENDS OF BRAIN...
Size.ppt+[Read-Only] from ANTHRBIO 161 at University of Michigan. 11/15/09 DIET & EVOLUTION OF BRAIN SIZE I. BRAIN & BODY SIZE ... OVERVIEW DIET & EVOLUTION OF BRAIN SIZE I. BRAIN & BODY SIZE & ENERGY •Brain Complexity •Allometry of Brain SizeBrain Size ... BODY SIZE: Humans for their body size have larger brains than other primates BRAIN & BODY SIZE: Humans for their body size have ... 11/15/09 1 DIET & EVOLUTION OF BRAIN SIZE I. BRAIN & BODY SIZE & ENERGY II. EVOLUTIONARY TRENDS OF BRAIN SIZE: FOSSIL EVIDENCE ...
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*  brain/body size and intelligence
... JoshCahoon joshcahoon at cs.com Tue Nov 9 22:26:22 EST 1999 *Previous message: brain/body ... The size of the body doesn't result in association cortex having to communicate across longer distances. *Previous message: ... within this 'equation', big bodies require comensurately-big nervous systems ,be-cause they have to signal longer distances ... within that bigger body, which ,means that neruons have to be larger so that they can contain larger versions ,of the energy- ...
  http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/neur-sci/1999-November/041434.html
*  WAT-AAH! Introduces its Newest Line Extension - WAT-AAH! Body and Brain in 10 oz. Lunch Box Size Bottles - BevNET.com
WAT-AAH! Introduces its Newest Line Extension - WAT-AAH! Body and Brain in 10 oz. Lunch Box Size Bottles. Ray Latif Sep. 13, ... bottles (Body, Brain, Power, Energy, and Defense). This new, smaller size is available in schools across the country and ... bottle is available in two skus: WAT-AAH! Brain, with vapor-distilled water and kid-friendly electrolytes, and WAT-AAH! Body, ... designed to meet the growing demands of moms and kids looking for a lunch box sized version of WAT-AAH! ...
  https://www.bevnet.com/news/2011/wat-aah-introduces-its-newest-line-extension-wat-aah-body-and-brain-in-10-oz-lunch-box-size-bottles
*  Neuronal factors high intelligence | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
... is of moderately large size. At the same time, brain size relative to body size tends to decrease with an increase in body size ... 2. Brain size and body size. Body and brain weights of vertebrates refer to data from Jerison [2], Haug [9], Russell [10] and ... Another much discussed trait is relative brain size, i.e. per cent of body size or the relative size of alleged 'seats' of ... More recently, experts in brain allometry adopted a slightly different method to correct relative brain size for body size, i.e ...
  http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/371/1685/20150180?rss=1&ssource=mfr
*  Southern grasshopper mouse - Wikipedia
On average, female southern grasshopper mice are able to deal with a larger body size without increasing their brain size, when ... Mann, M. D., & Towe, A. L. (2003). Brain-body size relations in grasshopper mice. Brain, behavior and evolution, 62(1), 13-18. ... Relative brain size tends to vary with food preferences. Brain size is usually smallest in folivores, larger in both granivores ... There is still not enough evidence to explain the difference in body size and brain between males and females. It is possible ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_grasshopper_mouse
*  ASPM and cetacean brain size | Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences
The evolutionary history of cetacean brain and body size. Evolution. (doi:10.1111/evo.12197). ... This is clearly an issue with brain volume data. The overlap between Xu et al.'s genetic data and cetacean brain size data is ... 2012 Positive selection at the ASPM gene coincides with brain size enlargements in cetaceans. Proc. R. Soc. B 279, 4433-4440. ( ... 2012 Evolution of ASPM is associated with both increases and decreases in brain size in primates. Evolution 66, 927-932. (doi: ...
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*  PLB143 - Lecture 03
Brain size: larger than that of its predecessor; body height comparable to that of modern humans. ... Enlarged body and brain. * First stone tools appeared; crude at first and consisted mainly of single face stone tools, used ... Their body and brain were larger than that of modern humans.. * Stone tool technology characterized by flakes chipped into ... Its sprouts are small white ones, pretty near the size of a hair. Whenever it is just peeping out, its seed is on top of it. ...
  http://www.plantsciences.ucdavis.edu/gepts/pb143/LEC03/pb143l03.htm
*  primate facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about primate
Large brains for body size; efficient nourishment of the fetus in utero, with usually one infant born at a time, and a ... Humans differ from apes in that their brains are larger in relation to their bodies and their faces are flatter and do not have ... Because of metabolic implications of body size, folivory is more common among larger primates (greater than or equal to 13.5 ... Thus, with increasing body size, primate diets typically grade from insectivory, to insectivory-frugivory, frugivory, ...
  https://www.encyclopedia.com/plants-and-animals/animals/vertebrate-zoology/primate
*  Biodiversity regulators in deep time | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
1979 Quantitative genetic analysis of multivariate evolution, applied to brain-body size allometry. Evolution 33, 402-416. (doi ... Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological ... The re-emergence of the biological reality of higher taxa has in part been stimulated through the increasing size of molecular ... 120] describe algorithmic procedures to rapidly extract size and shape phenotypic data in microfossil communities, providing ...
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*  Staff Publications
This brain-body size relationship may enable small animals to maintain similar levels of brain performance as large animals. ... The art of being small : brain-body size scaling in minute parasitic wasps. Woude, Emma van der - \ 2017. University. Promotor( ... thereby achieving smaller brain and body sizes than would be possible in the situation that is described by Haller's rule. This ... Developing into a small adult has cognitive costs for the parasitic wasp Nasonia vitripennis, and relative brain size is ...
  http://library.wur.nl/WebQuery/wurpubs?A320==insects
*  The origin of Neandertals | Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
1979) Quantitative genetic analysis of multivariate evolution, applied to brain:body size allometry. Evolution 33:1210-1226. ... 44) have proposed that the first phase was characterized by an increase in body size, postcranial robusticity, and mid-facial ... Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences web site. ... It is proposed to use the term "Homo rhodesiensis" to designate the large-brained hominins ancestral to H. sapiens in Africa ...
  http://www.pnas.org/content/106/38/16022.full
*  Review. The cultural intelligence hypothesis | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
2008 Testing hypotheses of the evolution of brain-body size scaling in the Canidae (Carnivora, Mammalia). Paleobiology 34, 35- ... a positive coevolutionary process between social-learning ability and brain size may ensue, until increases in brain size no ... 1988 Comparative size of brains and brain components. In Neurosciences: comparative primate biology, vol. 4 (eds Steklis H. D. ... 2009 The expensive brain: a framework for explaining evolutionary changes in brain size. J. Hum. Evol. 57, 392-400. doi:10.1016 ...
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*  Biology-Online - Search
Topic: Brain Size, Body Mass, and Body Surface Area. Replies: 1. Views: 2709. No. But maybe it is just that the ant is more ...
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*  The Measurement of the Direct and Indirect Intensities of Natural Selection | SpringerLink
Lande, R.: Quantitative genetic analysis of multivariate evolution, applied to brain: body size allometry. Evolution 33, 402- ... Ricker, W. E.: Effects of size-selective mortality and sampling bias on estimates of growth, mortality, production, and yield. ...
  https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4684-6270-8_10
*  The Genetic Analysis of Age-Dependent Traits: Modeling the Character Process | Genetics
1979 Quantitative genetic analysis of multivariable evolution, applied to brain:body size allometry. Evolution 33: 402-416. ... 1988 The evolution of size in size-structured populations, pp. 13-28 in The Dynamics of Size-Structured Populations, edited by ... Our sample size was far too small to estimate all 21 parameters in the 6 × 6 covariance matrix simultaneously, and we were ... This is likely due to the number of parameters in the model (10) and the size of the simulated experiment. Even when the form ...
  http://www.genetics.org/content/153/2/825
*  Evolutionary Constraints and Divergence | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
1979 Quantitative genetic analysis of multivariate evolution, applied to brain:body size allometry. Evolution 33, 402-416. (doi ... 2013 Variation in human brains may facilitate evolutionary change toward a limited range of phenotypes. Brain Behav. Evol. 81, ... differ in blossom size, and particularly in the size of the resin gland. Microsatellite analysis show that they fall out as ... gland size (square root of gland area) and bract size (square root of bract area). The second set included six morphologically ...
  http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/369/1649/20130255
*  The History of Early Man |authorSTREAM
Their brain size doubled, making their brains much larger. Scientists find a correlation between brain size and body size. ... Which hominid's brain size doubled?. Slide 77: Agricultural communities developed from a more stationary lifestyle instead of a ... According to the research, the larger the brain, the bigger the body. ...
  http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/jennifergoldberg-1203077-early-human-power-point/
*  The statistical mechanics of a polygenic character under stabilizing selection, mutation and drift | Journal of The Royal...
1979 Quantitative genetic analysis of multivariate evolution, applied to brain: body size allometry. Evolution 33, 402-416. doi ... Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see the Journal of The Royal Society Interface web site. ... We also assume that population size is not small, so that we can use the diffusion approximation. The fitness of an individual ... The black lines are the SM predictions, and the grey lines, averages from the simulations (population size N = 100; averages ...
  http://rsif.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/early/2010/11/11/rsif.2010.0438
*  Callorhinchidae - Wikipedia
The brain size to body weight ratio is higher than that of a human. Contrary to humans, it has a larger cerebellum than ... The remainder of the body is flat and compressed, often described as elongated. The mouth is just under this snout and the eyes ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Callorhinchidae
*  SASQUATCH: SIZE, SCALING, AND STATISTICS
1984 Body Size, Brain Size and Feeding Strategies. In: D.J. Chivers, B.A. Wood, and A. ... 1985 Tooth Size-Body Size Scaling in a Human Population. In: William L. Jungers (ed.), Size and Scaling in Primate Biology. New ... 1985b Body Size and Scaling of Limb Proportions in Primates, in: William L. Jungers (ed.). Size and Scaling in Primate Biology ... 1985 Brain Size Allometry: Ontogeny and Phylogeny. In: William L. Jungers (ed.), Size and Scaling in Primate Biology. New York ...
  http://www.bfro.net/ref/theories/whf/fahrenbacharticle.htm
*  Chapter 10: From Hominoid to Hominin | How Humans Evolved, 6e: W. W. Norton StudySpace
Large brains relative to body size *Long period of juvenile development *Dependence on a material and symbolic culture ... Although it was similar in brain size to other australopithecines, the teeth were much larger, and garhi had a sagittal crest ... the size of the brain led the Leakeys to classify them with Homo. ... with a body type sometimes called hyperrobust, and dates from ...
  http://www.wwnorton.com/college/anthro/evolve6/ch/10/outline.aspx
*  This is How You Study The Evolution of Animal Intelligence
"That's funny because brain size and body size scale predictably. Big animals have big brains," says MacLean. As such, many ... Brain-scanning studies in humans and monkeys have also found links between the size of specific brain regions, size of social ... The team tested all their animals on one or both tasks, and compared their performance to traits like brain size or group size ... In other words, it didn't matter whether the animals' brains were big for their size, but whether they were big, full-stop. ...
  https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/phenomena/not-exactly-rocket-science/2014/04/22/this-is-how-you-study-the-evolution-of-animal-intelligence/
*  Selection for evolvability | Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences
1979 Quantitative genetic analysis of multivariate evolution, applied to brain: body size allometry. Evolution 33, 402-416. doi ... as in situations where fluctuating temperatures may lead to alternating selection for greater or lesser body size. From the ... Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences ... 2009 Genetic variation in the pleiotropic association between physical activity and body weight in mice. Genet. Select Evol. 41 ...
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