Christine Marie Janis
Christine Marie Janis
Professor of Evolutionary Biology, Brown University
Verified email at brown.edu
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Phylogenetic analysis of covariance by computer simulation
T Garland Jr, AW Dickerman, CM Janis, JA Jones
Systematic Biology 42 (3), 265-292, 1993
11491993
A vida dos vertebrados
FH Pough, JB Heiser, WN McFarland
Atheneu, 2003
6862003
Vertebrate life
FH Pough, JB Heiser, WN McFarland
Prentice Hall, 1999
6661999
The evolutionary strategy of the Equidae and the origins of rumen and cecal digestion
C Janis
Evolution 30 (4), 757-774, 1976
6341976
Tertiary mammal evolution in the context of changing climates, vegetation, and tectonic events
CM Janis
Annual review of ecology and systematics 24 (1), 467-500, 1993
4471993
An estimation of tooth volume and hypsodonty indices in ungulate mammals, and the correlation of these factors with dietary preferences
CM Janis
Mémoires du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle 53, 367-387, 1988
4211988
On the means whereby mammals achieve increased functional durability of their dentitions, with special reference to limiting factors
CM JANIS, M Fortelius
Biological Reviews 63 (2), 197-230, 1988
3831988
Evolutionary and preservational constraints on origins of biologic groups: divergence times of eutherian mammals
M Foote, JP Hunter, CM Janis, JJ Sepkoski
Science 283 (5406), 1310-1314, 1999
2981999
Evolution of tertiary mammals of North America: Volume 1, terrestrial carnivores, ungulates, and ungulate like mammals
CM Janis, KM Scott, LL Jacobs, GF Gunnell, MD Uhen
Cambridge University Press, 1998
294*1998
variables with body size in ungulates and macropodoids
CM Janis
Body size in mammalian paleobiology: estimation and biological implications, 255, 1990
2821990
Does metatarsal/femur ratio predict maximal running speed in cursorial mammals?
T Garland, CM Janis
Journal of Zoology 229 (1), 133-151, 1993
2571993
The interrelationships of higher ruminant families: with special emphasis on the members of the Cervoidea. American Museum novitates; no. 2893
CM Janis, KM Scott
New York, NY: American Museum of Natural History, 1987
2501987
On the relationship between hypsodonty and feeding ecology in ungulate mammals, and its utility in palaeoecology
J Damuth, CM Janis
Biological Reviews 86 (3), 733-758, 2011
2492011
Miocene ungulates and terrestrial primary productivity: where have all the browsers gone?
CM Janis, J Damuth, JM Theodor
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (14), 7899-7904, 2000
2312000
Serial homology and the evolution of mammalian limb covariation structure
NM Young, B HallgrÍmsson
Evolution 59 (12), 2691-2704, 2005
2222005
Evolution of horns in ungulates: ecology and paleoecology
C Janis
Biological Reviews 57 (2), 261-318, 1982
2111982
Correlation of relative muzzle width and relative incisor width with dietary preference in ungulates
CM JANIS, D EHRHARDT
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 92 (3), 267-284, 1988
2081988
Evidence for coevolution of sociality and relative brain size in three orders of mammals
FJ Pérez‐Barbería, S Shultz, RIM Dunbar
Evolution 61 (12), 2811-2821, 2007
2052007
Correlations between craniodental morphology and feeding behavior in ungulates: reciprocal illumination between living and fossil taxa
CM Janis
Functional morphology in vertebrate paleontology, 76-98, 1995
1991995
The origins and evolution of the North American grassland biome: the story from the hoofed mammals
CM Janis, J Damuth, JM Theodor
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 177 (1-2), 183-198, 2002
1842002
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