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Callum Ross's publications

 

  • Ross, C.F. (1987) A misuse of evolutionary models in archaeology: "The Evolution of the Polynesian Chiefdoms". Archaeology in Oceania. 22: 33-37.
  • Ross, C.F. and Ravosa, M. (1993) Basicranial flexion, relative brain size and facial kyphosis in nonhuman primates.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 91: 305-324. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. (1993) The functions of the postorbital septum and anthropoid origins. Ph.D. Dissertation, Duke University.
  • Ross, C.F. (1994) Craniofacial evidence for anthropoid and tarsier relationships. In Fleagle, J.G.  and Kay, R.F. (eds.), Anthropoid Origins. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 469-547. 
  • Ravosa, M. and Ross, C.F. (1994) Allometry and heterochrony in Alouatta palliata and Alouatta seniculus. American Journal of Primatology 33: 277-299. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. (1995) Allometric and functional influences on primate orbit orientation and the origins of the Anthropoidea. Journal of Human Evolution 29: 201-227 (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. (1995) Muscular and osseous anatomy of the primate anterior temporal fossa and the functions of the postorbital septum. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 98: 275-306.
  • Ross, C.F. and Henneberg, M. (1995) Basicranial flexion, relative brain size and facial kyphosis in Homo sapiens and some fossil hominids. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 98: 575-593. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. and Hylander, W.L. (1996) In vivo and in vitro bone strain analysis of the circumorbital region of Aotus and the function of the postorbital septum. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 101(2): 183-215. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. (1996) An adaptive explanation for the origin of the Anthropoidea (Primates). American Journal of Primatology 40(2): 205-230. (pdf)
  • Kay, R.F., Ross, C.F., and Williams, B. A. (1997) Rethinking anthropoid origins. Science 275: 797-804. (pdf)
  • Kay, R.F., Ross, C.F., Williams, B. A. and Johnson, D. (1997) Cladistic analysis and anthropoid origins: Response. Science 278: 2135-2136. 
  • Ross, C.F., Williams, B. A., and Kay, R.F. (1998) Phylogenetic analysis of anthropoid relationships. Journal of Human Evolution 35: 221-306. (pdf)
  • Hylander, W.L., Ravosa, M.J., Ross, C.F. and Johnson, K.R. (1998) Mandibular corpus strain in primates: Further evidence for the relationship between symphyseal fusion and jaw-adductor muscle force. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 107:257-271. (pdf)
  • Ross, C. F., H.-D. Sues and de Klerk, W. (1999). Lepidosaurian fossils from the lower Cretaceous of South Africa.  Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 19(1): 21-27. 
  • Strait, D.S. and Ross, C.F. (1999) Kinematic data on primate head and neck posture: implications for the evolution of basicranial flexion and an evaluation of registration planes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 108: 205-222. (pdf)
  • De Klerk, W.J., Forster, C. A., Sampson, S.D., Chinsamy, A. and Ross, C.F. (2000) A new carnivorous dinosaur from South Africa: Coelurosaurian distributions in Gondwana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20: 324-332. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. and Wall, C. (2000) Mammalian feeding and primate evolution. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 112: 449-453. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. and Hylander, W.L. (2000) Electromyography of the anterior temporal muscles of Aotus and the function of the anthropoid postorbital septum. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 112: 455-468. (pdf)
  • Hylander, W.L., Ravosa, M.J., Ross, C.F., Wall, C. E., and Johnson, K.R. (2000) Symphyseal fusion and jaw-adductor muscle force: An EMG study.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 112: 469-492. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F., and Covert, H.H. (2000) The petrosal of Omomys carteri and the evolution of the primate basicranium.  Journal of Human Evolution 39: 225-251. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. (2000) Into the light: The origin of Anthropoidea. Annual Review of Anthropology 29: 147-194. (pdf)
  • Lieberman, D.E., Ross, C.F., Ravosa, M.J. (2000) The primate cranial base: ontogeny, function and integration. Yrbk Phys. Anthropol. 43: 117-169. (pdf)
  • Heesy C.P. and C.F. Ross (2001) Evolution of activity patterns and chromatic vision in primates: Morphometrics, genetics and cladistics. Journal of Human Evolution 40: 111-149. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. (2001) In vivo function of the craniofacial haft: The interorbital “pillar”. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 116: 108-139. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F., Lockwood, C., Fleagle, J.G.and Jungers, W.L. (2002) Adaptation and behavior in the primate fossil record. In J.M. Plavcan, R.F Kay, W.L. Jungers & C.P. Van Schaik, eds. Reconstructing Behavior in the Primate Fossil Record. New York: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers. Pp. 1-41. 
  • Heesy, C.P. and Ross, C.F. (2004) Mosaic evolution of activity pattern, diet, and color vision in haplorhine primates. In, C.F. Ross and R.F. Kay, eds., Anthropoid Origins: New Visions. New York: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers, pp. 665-698. (pdf)
  • Kay, R. F., Williams, B. A., Ross, C. F., Takai, M., and Shigehara, N. (2004). Anthropoid origins: a phylogenetic analysis. In: Ross, C. F. and Kay, R. F. (eds.): Anthropoid Origins: New Visions. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York,  pp. 91-135. 
  • Ross, C.F. and R.F. Kay (2004) Evolving perspectives of Anthropoidea. In, C.F. Ross and R.F. Kay, eds., Anthropoid Origins: New Visions. New York: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers, pp. 3-41. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. (2004) The tarsier fovea: functionless vestige or nocturnal adaptation? In, C.F. Ross and R.F. Kay, eds., Anthropoid Origins: New Visions. New York: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers. pp. 477-537. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. and R.F. Kay (2004) Anthropoid origins: Retrospective and prospective. In, C.F. Ross and R.F. Kay, eds., Anthropoid Origins: New Visions. New York: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers, pp. 701-737. (pdf
  • Ross, C.F., Henneberg, M., Richard, S., and Ravosa, M.J. (2004) Curvilinear and geometric modeling of basicranial flexion in a phylogenetic context: Is it adaptive? Is it constrained? Journal of Human Evolution 46: 185-213 (pdf)
  • Hylander, W.L., Ravosa, M.J., and Ross, C.F. (2004) Jaw muscle recruitment patterns during mastication in anthropoids and prosimians. In F. Anapol, R. German, & N.Jablonski, eds., Shaping Primate Evolution.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 229-257. (pdf)
  • Coleman, M.N. and Ross, C.F. (2004) Primate auditory diversity and its influence on hearing performance. Anatomical Record 281A:1123-1137. (pdf)
  • Dominy, N.J., Ross, C.F., Smith, T.D. (2004) Evolution of primate sensory systems: past, present and future. Anatomical Record 281A: 1078-1082. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. and Metzger, K.A. (2004) Bone strain gradients and optimization in tetrapod skulls. Annals of Anatomy 186: 387-396. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. (2005) Finite-element modeling in vertebrate biomechanics. Anatomical Record 283A: 253-8. (pdf)
  • Richmond, B.G., Wright, B., Grosse, I., Dechow, P.C., Ross, C.F., Spencer, M., Strait, D.S. (2005). Finite Element Analysis in functional morphology. Anatomical Record 283A: 259-274. (pdf)
  • Metzger, K.A, Daniel, W., Ross, C.F. (2005) Comparison of beam theory and finite-element analysis to in vivo bone strain in the alligator cranium. Anatomical Record 283A: 331-348. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F., Patel B.A., Slice, D.E., Strait, D., Dechow, P.C, Richmond, B., and Spencer, M. (2005) Modeling masticatory muscle force in finite-element analysis: sensitivity analysis using principal coordinates analysis. Anatomical Record 283A: 288-299. (pdf)
  • Strait, D., Wang, Q., Dechow, P.C., Ross, C.F., Richmond, B., Spencer, M., Patel, and B.A. (2005) Modeling elastic properties in finite element analysis: how much precision is needed to produce an accurate model? Anatomical Record 283A: 275-287. (pdf)
  • Hylander, W.L., Wall, C.E., Vinyard, C., Ross, C. F., Ravosa, M. J., Williams, S., and Johnson, K.R. (2005). Temporalis function in anthropoids and strepsirrhines: an EMG study. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 128: 35-56. (pdf)                        
  • Martin, R.D., and Ross, C.F. (2005). The evolutionary and ecological context of primate vision. In, The Primate Visual System. Ed, Jan Kremers, John Wiley and Sons; pp. 1-36. (pdf)
  • Trueb, L., Ross, C.F., and Smith, R. (2005) A new pipoid anuran from the Late Cretaceous of South Africa. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25(3): 533-547. (pdf)
  • Ross C.F., Hall, M.I., and Heesy, C.P. (2006) Were basal primates nocturnal? Evidence from eye and orbit shape. In Primate Origin: Adaptation and Evolution, M.J. Ravosa and M Dagosto (eds.). New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, pp. 233-256. (pdf)
  • Heesy, C.P., Ross C.F. and Demes, B.D. (2006) Oculomotor stability and the functions of the postorbital bar and septum. In Primate Origins: Adaptation and Evolution, M.J. Ravosa and M. Dagosto (eds.). New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, pp. 257-283. (pdf)
  • Ross C.F. and Martin, R.D. (2006) The role of vision in the origin and evolution of primates. In Evolution of Nervous Systems. Volume 4: The Evolution of Primate Nervous Systems. Todd M. Preuss and Jon Kaas (eds). Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 59-78. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. and Kirk, E.C. (2007) Evolution of eye size and shape in primates. Journal of Human Evolution 52:294-313. (pdf)
  • Hall, M.I. and Ross, C.F. (2007) Eye shape and activity pattern in birds. Journal of Zoology 271: 437-444. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F., Dharia, R., Herring, S.W., Hylander, W.L., Liu, Z.-J., Rafferty, K.L., Ravosa, M.J., Williams, S.H. (2007) Modulation of mandibular loading and bite force in mammals during mastication. Journal of Experimental Biology 210: 1046-1063 (pdf)
  • Strait, D., Richmond, B.G., Spencer, M., Ross, C.F., and Wood, B. (2007) Something to chew on:  Masticatory biomechanics and its relevance to early hominid phylogeny. Journal of Human Evolution 52: 585-599. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F., Eckhardt, A., Herrel, A., Hylander, W.L., Metzger, K.A., Schaerlaeken, V. and Washington, R.L. (2007) Modulation of intra-oral processing in mammals and lepidosaurs. Integrative and Comparative Biology 47: 118-136. (pdf)
  • Herrel, A., Schaerlaeken, V., Meyers, J.J., Metzger, K.A., and Ross, C.F. (2007) The evolution of cranial design and performance in squamates: consequences of skull bone reduction on feeding behavior. Integrative and Comparative Biology 47:107-117. (pdf)
  • Anapol, F., Shahnoor, N., and Ross, C.F. (2008) Scaling of reduced physiologic cross-sectional area in primate muscles of mastication. In:  Primate Craniofacial Function and Biology. Vinyard C.J., Ravosa M.J. and Wall C.E., (eds.). Springer: New York, pp. 201-216. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. (2008) Does the primate face torque? In: Primate Craniofacial Function and Biology. Vinyard C.J., Ravosa M.J. and Wall C.E., (eds.). Springer: New York, pp. 63-81.(pdf)
  • Strait, D.S., Wright, B.W., Richmond, B.G., Ross, C.F., Dechow, P.C., Spencer, M.A., Wang, Q. (2008). Craniofacial strain patterns during premolar loading: Implications for human evolution. In: Primate Craniofacial Function and Biology. Vinyard C.J., Ravosa M.J. and Wall C.E., (eds.). Springer: New York, pp. 149-172.(pdf)
  • Wang, Q., Dechow, P.C., Wright, B.W., Ross, C.F., Strait, D.S., Richmond, B.G., Spencer, M.A. (2008) Surface strain on bone and sutures in a monkey facial skeleton: an in vitro method and its relevance to finite element analysis. In: Primate Craniofacial Function and Biology. Vinyard C.J., Ravosa M.J. and Wall C.E., (eds.). Springer: New York, pp. 173-198. (pdf)
  • Herrel, A., Schaerlaeken, V., Ross, C.F. Meyers, J.J., Nishikawa, K., and Aerts, P. (2008) Electromyography and the evolution of motor control: limitations and insights. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 48 (2): 261-271. (pdf)
  • Schaerlaeken, V., Herrel, A., Aerts, P., Ross, C.F. (2008) The functional significance of the lower temporal bar in Sphenodon punctatus. Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 3908-3914. (pdf)
  • Ross, C. F., Reed, D. A., Washington, R. L., Eckhardt, A., Anapol, F., Shahnoor, N. (2009) Scaling of chew cycle duration in Primates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 138: 30-44. (pdf)
  • Ross, C. F., Washington, R. L., Eckhardt, A., Reed, D. A., Vogel, E., Dominy, N., Machanda, Z. (2009) Ecological consequences of scaling of chew cycle duration and daily feeding time in Primates. Journal of Human Evolution 56: 570-585. (pdf)

  • Strait, D.S., Weber, G.W., Neubauer, S., Chalk, J., Richmond, B.G., Lucas, P.W., Spencer, M.A., Schrein, C., Dechow, P.C., Ross, C.F., Grosse, I., Wright, B.W., Constantino, P., Wood, B.A., Lawn, B., Hylander, W.L., Wang, Q., Byron, C., Slice, D.E., Smith, A.L. (2009). The feeding biomechanics and dietary ecology of Australopithecus africanus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106(7): 2124-2129. (pdf)
  • Forster, C. Farke, A. McCartney, J. de Klerk, W. Ross, C. F. (2009) A “Basal” (non-avetheropod) tetanuran from the Lower Cretaceous Kirkwood Formation of South Africa. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29: 283-285. (pdf)
  • Ross C.F. and Martin, R.D. (2009) The role of vision in the origin and evolution of primates. In Evolutionary Neuroscience. Jon Kaas (eds). New York: Academic Press, pp. 819-838. 
  • Herrel, A., Schaerlaeken, V., Moravec, J., Ross, C.F. (2009) Sexual shape dimorphism in tuatara. Copeia 2009 (4): 727-731. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F., Baden, A.L., Georgi, J.A., Herrel, A., Metzger, K.A., Reed, D.A., Schaerlaeken, V., Wolff, M.S. (2010). Chewing variation in lepidosaurs and primates. Journal of Experimental Biology 213: 572-584. (pdf)
  • Strait, D.S., Grosse, I., Dechow, P.C., Smith, A.L., Wang, Q., Weber, G.W., Neubauer, S., Slice, D.E., Chalk, J., Richmond, B.G., Lucas, P.W., Spencer, M.A., Schrein, C., Wright, B.W., Byron, C., Ross, C.F. (2010). The structural rigidity of the cranium of Australopithecus africanus: implications for diet, dietary adaptations and the allometry of feeding biomechanics. Anatomical Record 293: 582-593. (pdf)
  • Gintof, C., Konow, N., Ross, C.F., Sanford, C.P.J. (2010). Rhythmicity in teleost chewing: A comparison with amniotes. Journal of Experimental Biology 213:1868-1875. (pdf)
  • Bastir, M., Rosas, A., Stringer, C. B., Cuétara, J. M., Kruszynski, R., Weber, G. W., Ross, C. F. and Ravosa, M. J. (2010) Effects of brain size and facial size on the evolution of the basicranium in Homo. Journal of Human Evolution 58: 424-431. (pdf)
  • Zapata, U., Metzger, K.A., Wang, Q., Elsey, R.M., Ross, C.F., Dechow, P.C. (2010) Material properties of mandibular cortical bone in the American alligator, Alligator mississippiensis. Bone 46: 860-867. (pdf)
  • Ravosa, M.J., Ross, C.F., Williams, S.H., Costley, D.B (2010) Allometry of masticatory loading patterns in mammals. Anatomical Record 293: 557-571. (pdf)
  • Williams, B.A., Kay, R.F., Kirk, E.C., Ross, C.F. (2010) Darwinius masillae – A reply to Franzen et al (2009). Journal of Human Evolution. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhevol.2010.01.003 (pdf)
  • Chalk, J., Richmond, B.G., Ross, C.F. Strait, D.S., Wright, B., Spencer, M.A., Wang, Q., Dechow, P.C. (2010) A finite element analysis of masticatory stress hypotheses. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 145:1-10. (pdf)
  • Reed, D. A. and Ross, C. F. (2010). The influence of food material properties on jaw kinematics in the primate, Cebus. Archives of Oral Biology 55: 946-962. (pdf)
  • Ross, C. F., Berthaume, M., Iriarte-Diaz, J., Dechow, P. C., Porro, L.B., Richmond, B. G., Spencer, M., Strait, D., (2011). In vivo bone strain and finite-element modeling of the craniofacial haft in catarrhine primates. Journal of Anatomy 218: 112-141. (pdf)
  • Reed, D. A., Porro, L., Iriarte-Diaz, J., Lemberg, J., Holliday, C. M., Anapol, F. and Ross, C. F. (2011). The impact of bone and suture material properties on mandibular function in Alligator mississippiensis: testing theoretical phenotypes with finite element analysis. Journal of Anatomy 218: 59-74. (pdf)
  • Iriarte, Diaz, J., Reed, D.A., Ross, C.F. (2011) Sources of variance in temporal and spatial aspects of jaw kinematics in two species of primates feeding on foods of different properties. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51(2): 307-319. (pdf)
  • Konow, N., Herrel, A., Ross, C.F., Williams, S.H., German, R.Z., Sanford, C.P.J., Gintof, C. (2011) Evolution of chewing jaw and hyoid muscle activity patterns in gnathostomes. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51(2) 235-246. (pdf)
  • Porro, L.B., Holliday, C. M., Anapol, F., Ontiveros, L.C., Ontiveros, L.P., Ross, C. F. (2011). Free body analysis, beam mechanics, and finite element modeling of the mandible of Alligator mississippiensis. Journal of Morphology (doi: 10.1002/jmor.10957) (pdf).
  • Terhune, C., Iriarte-Diaz, J. Taylor, A., Ross, C. F. (2011) The instantaneous center of rotation of the mandible in non-human primates. Integrative and Comparative Biology  51(2): 320-332. (doi:10.1093/icb/icr031) (pdf)
  • Wood, S.A., Strait, D.S., Dumont, E.R., Ross, C.F., Grosse, I. R. (2011) Assessing the effect of alveoli (tooth sockets) and periodontal ligaments in finite element analyses of crania. Journal of Biomechanics44: 1831-1838. (pdf
  • Ross, C.F. (2011) Public Anatomy: History and Potential, In Controversial Bodies: Thoughts on the Public Display of Plastinated Corpses.  John Lantos (Editor), Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 63-72.
  • Berthaume, M., Dechow, P.C., Iriarte-Diaz, J., Ross, C.F., Strait, D., Wang, Q., Grosse, I. (2012). Probabilistic finite element analysis of a craniofacial finite element model. Journal of Theoretical Biology 300:242-253. (pdf)
  • Ross, C. F., J. Iriarte-Diaz, C. L. Nunn (2012). Innovative approaches to the relationship between diet and mandibular morphology in primates. International Journal of Primatology 33: 632-660. (pdf)
  • Phillips, A.W., Smith, S.G., Ross, C.F., Straus, C.M. (2012) Improved understanding of human anatomy through self-guided radiological anatomy modules. Academic Radiology 19(7):902-907. (pdf)
  • Williams, B.A., Ross, C.F., Frost, S.R., Waddle, D., Gabadirwe, M., Brook, G. (2012) Fossil Papio cranium from !Ncumtsa (Koanaka) Hills, western Ngamiland, Botswana. American Journal of Physical Anthropology DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.22093. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F., Blob, R. W., Carrier, D., Daley, M. A., Deban, S., Demes, B., Gripper, J., Kilbourne, B., Iriarte-Diaz, J., Landberg, T., Polk, J. D., Schilling, N., Vanhooydonck, B. (2012) Evolution of locomotor rhythmicity in tetrapods. Evolution DOI: 10.1111/evo.12015 (pdf)
  • Phillips, A.W., Smith, S.G., Ross, C.F., Straus, C.M. (2012) Direct correlation of radiologic and cadaveric structures in a gross anatomy course. Medical Teacher 34: 779-784. (pdf)
  • Ross, C.F. (2012) Complexity, modularity, and integration in the human head. A critical review of D. Lieberman's The Evolution of the Human Head. Journal of Human Evolution 64(1): 56-67. (pdf)
  • Takahashi K. , Pesce L., Best M., Iriarte-Diaz J., Kim S., Coleman T.P., Hatsopoulos N.G., and Ross C.F., Granger causality analysis of state dependent functional connectivity of neurons in orofacial motor cortex during chewing and swallowing,  6th International Conference on Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems , Kobe, Hyogo, Japan Nov., 2012. (pdf)
  • Reed, D.A., Scapino, R.P., Ross, C.F., Chen, D., Diekwisch, T.H. (2013) Developmental and evolutionary perspectives on fibrous cartilage in TMJ tissue engineering. In: Greene C, Laskin D, editors. Treatment of TMDs: Bridging the Gap Between Advances in Research and Clinical Patient Management. Chicago: Quintessence Publishing Co.
  • Arce, F.I., Lee, J.-C., Ross, C.F., Sessle, B.J., Hatsopoulos, N. (2013) Directional information from neuronal ensembles in the primate orofacial sensorimotor cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology 110:1357-1369 pdf
  • Porro L.B., Metzger K., Iriarte-Diaz J., Ross C.F. (2013) In vivo bone strain and finite element modeling of the mandible of Alligator mississippiensis. Journal of Anatomy 223(3): 195-227. pdf
  • Orsbon, C., Kaiser, R., Ross, C.F. (2013) Physician opinions about an anatomy core curriculum: A case for medical imaging and vertical integration. Anatomical Sciences Education 7: 251-261 DOI: 10.1002/ase.1401 pdf
  • Toussaint, S.,  E. Reghem, H. Chotard, A. Herrel, C. F. Ross,  E. Pouydebat (2013) Food acquisition on arboreal substrates by the grey mouse lemur: implication for primate grasping evolution. Journal of Zoology 291: 235-242 pdf
  • Arce, F.I., Hatsopoulos, N.G., Lee, J.-C., Ross, C.F., Sessle, B.J. (2014) Modulation dynamics in the orofacial sensorimotor cortex during motor skill acquisition. Journal of Neuroscience 34(17):5985-97. pdf
  • Ross, C. F., J. Iriarte-Diaz (2014) What does feeding system morphology tell us about feeding? Evolutionary Anthropology. 23(3): 105-120. pdf
  • Porro L.B., Ross, C.F., Iriarte-Diaz, J., O’Reilly, J.C., Evams, S.E., Fagan, M. (2014) In vivo cranial bone strain and bite force in the agamid lizard Uromastyx geyri. The Journal of Experimental Biology 217(11):1983-1992 pdf
  • Strait D.S., Constantino P., Lucas P.W., Richmond B.G., Spencer M.A., Dechow P.C., Ross C.F., Grosse I.R., Wright B.W., Wood B.A. et al. (2013). Viewpoints: Diet and dietary adaptations in early hominins: The hard food perspective. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 151(3):339-55. pdf

 EDITED VOLUMES

  • Ross, C.F. and R.F. Kay, eds., (2004) Anthropoid Origins: New Visions. New York: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers.
  • Ross, C.F. (2005), Co-Guest Editor, Anatomical Record 281A: Evolution of Primate Sensory Systems.
  • Ross, C.F. (2005), Guest Editor, Anatomical Record 283A: Finite Element Analysis in Vertebrate Biomechanics.

 

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