Biomechanical analysis of the feeding apparatus reveals the repeated evolution of divergent modes of herbivory in non-avian dinosaurs.

Published: 4 December 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xv2gwdtjjg.1
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David Button

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Phylogenetic trees and other data used for analyses as detailed in Button, D.J. & Zanno, L.E. (accepted). Biomechanical analysis of the feeding apparatus reveals the repeated evolution of divergent modes of herbivory in non-avian dinosaurs. Current Biology. Includes: BZ_tree1.nexus - the original (unscaled) informal supertree topology used in this study. BZ_tree2.nexus - the 100 time-calibrated trees used for the C-statistic analyses. BZ_data.txt - the PC score and size data used for c-statistic analyses reported in this paper C-stat_script.R - example R script for the c-statistic analyses reported in this paper

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North Carolina State University, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

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Phylogenetics

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