Gabriel Marroig
Gabriel Marroig
Departamento de Genética e Biologia Evolutiva, Instituto de Biociências da Universidade de São Paulo
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A comparison of phenotypic variation and covariation patterns and the role of phylogeny, ecology, and ontogeny during cranial evolution of New World monkeys
G Marroig, JM Cheverud
Evolution 55 (12), 2576-2600, 2001
4232001
Size as a line of least evolutionary resistance: diet and adaptive morphological radiation in New World monkeys
G Marroig, JM Cheverud
Evolution 59 (5), 1128-1142, 2005
2782005
The evolution of modularity in the mammalian skull I: morphological integration patterns and magnitudes
A Porto, FB de Oliveira, LT Shirai, V De Conto, G Marroig
Evolutionary Biology 36 (1), 118-135, 2009
2412009
The evolution of modularity in the mammalian skull II: evolutionary consequences
G Marroig, LT Shirai, A Porto, FB de Oliveira, V De Conto
Evolutionary Biology 36 (1), 136-148, 2009
1912009
Research Article Comparing covariance matrices: random skewers method compared to the common principal components model
JM Cheverud, G Marroig
Genetics and Molecular Biology 30 (2), 461-469, 2007
1342007
Did natural selection or genetic drift produce the cranial diversification of neotropical monkeys?
G Marroig, JM Cheverud
The American Naturalist 163 (3), 417-428, 2004
1252004
Plio-Pleistocene South American history and the Amazon Lagoon hypothesis: a piece in the puzzle of Amazonian diversification
G Marroig, R Cerqueira
Journal of Comparative Biology 2 (2), 103-119, 1997
981997
Cranial evolution in sakis (Pithecia, Platyrrhini) II: evolutionary processes and morphological integration
G Marroig, M De Vivo, JM Cheverud
Journal of evolutionary biology 17 (1), 144-155, 2004
902004
Paleogeography of the South Atlantic: a route for primates and rodents into the New World?
FB De Oliveira, EC Molina, G Marroig
South American primates, 55-68, 2009
832009
Directional selection can drive the evolution of modularity in complex traits
D Melo, G Marroig
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (2), 470-475, 2015
822015
Skull modularity in neotropical marsupials and monkeys: size variation and evolutionary constraint and flexibility
LT Shirai, G Marroig
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2010
782010
Size variation, growth strategies, and the evolution of modularity in the mammalian skull
A Porto, LT Shirai, FB de Oliveira, G Marroig
Evolution 67 (11), 3305-3322, 2013
722013
Modularity: genes, development, and evolution
D Melo, A Porto, JM Cheverud, G Marroig
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 47, 463-486, 2016
712016
Size as a line of least resistance II: direct selection on size or correlated response due to constraints?
G Marroig, J Cheverud
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (5), 1470-1488, 2010
702010
Covariance structure in the skull of Catarrhini: a case of pattern stasis and magnitude evolution
FB de Oliveira, A Porto, G Marroig
Journal of Human Evolution 56 (4), 417-430, 2009
582009
EvolQG-An R package for evolutionary quantitative genetics
D Melo, G Garcia, A Hubbe, AP Assis, G Marroig
F1000Research 4, 2015
552015
When size makes a difference: allometry, life-history and morphological evolution of capuchins (Cebus) and squirrels (Saimiri) monkeys (Cebinae, Platyrrhini)
G Marroig
BMC Evolutionary Biology 7 (1), 1-26, 2007
502007
Integrating multiple evidences in taxonomy: species diversity and phylogeny of mustached bats (Mormoopidae: Pteronotus)
AC Pavan, G Marroig
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 103, 184-198, 2016
492016
Cranial evolution in sakis (Pithecia, Platyrrhini) I: Interspecific differentiation and allometric patterns
G Marroig, JM Cheverud
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2004
492004
Systematics and evolution of the Jacchus group of marmosets (Platyrrhini)
G Marroig, S Cropp, JM Cheverud
American journal of physical anthropology 123 (1), 11-22, 2004
472004
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