Alberto Martín-Serra
Alberto Martín-Serra
Departamento de Ecología y Geología. Universidad de Málaga (Spain)
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Skull shape evolution in durophagous carnivorans
B Figueirido, ZJ Tseng, A Martín‐Serra
Evolution 67 (7), 1975-1993, 2013
A three-dimensional analysis of morphological evolution and locomotor performance of the carnivoran forelimb
A Martín-Serra, B Figueirido, P Palmqvist
PLoS One 9 (1), e85574, 2014
Demythologizing Arctodus simus, the ‘short-faced’ long-legged and predaceous bear that never was
B Figueirido, JA Pérez-Claros, V Torregrosa, A Martín-Serra, P Palmqvist
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30 (1), 262-275, 2010
Patterns of morphological integration in the appendicular skeleton of mammalian carnivores
A Martín‐Serra, B Figueirido, JA Pérez‐Claros, P Palmqvist
Evolution 69 (2), 321-340, 2015
A three-dimensional analysis of the morphological evolution and locomotor behaviour of the carnivoran hind limb
A Martín-Serra, B Figueirido, P Palmqvist
BMC Evolutionary Biology 14 (1), 1-13, 2014
Habitat changes and changing predatory habits in North American fossil canids
B Figueirido, A Martín-Serra, ZJ Tseng, CM Janis
Nature Communications 6 (1), 1-11, 2015
Three-dimensional computer simulations of feeding behaviour in red and giant pandas relate skull biomechanics with dietary niche partitioning
B Figueirido, ZJ Tseng, FJ Serrano-Alarcón, A Martín-Serra, JF Pastor
Biology Letters 10 (4), 20140196, 2014
The Complex Carnivore-rich Assemblages from Furninha (Peniche, Portugal)- a Multidisciplinary Approach
JP Brugal, J Argant, JA Crispim, S Figueiredo, A Martín Serra, P Palmqvist
Journal of Taphonomy 10, 417-438, 2012
Correlates between calcaneal morphology and locomotion in extant and extinct carnivorous mammals
E Panciroli, C Janis, M Stockdale, A Martín‐Serra
Journal of Morphology 278 (10), 1333-1353, 2017
In the pursuit of the predatory behavior of Borophagines (Mammalia, Carnivora, Canidae): inferences from forelimb morphology
A Martín-Serra, B Figueirido, P Palmqvist
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 23 (3), 237-249, 2016
Ecomorphological determinations in the absence of living analogues: the predatory behavior of the marsupial lion (Thylacoleo carnifex) as revealed by …
B Figueirido, A Martín-Serra, CM Janis
Paleobiology 42 (3), 508-531, 2016
Developmental constraints do not influence long-term phenotypic evolution of marsupial forelimbs as revealed by interspecific disparity and integration patterns
A Martín-Serra, RBJ Benson
The American Naturalist 195 (3), 547-560, 2020
Phenotypic integration and modularity drives skull shape divergence in the Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus) from the Commander Islands
A Martín-Serra, O Nanova, C Varón-González, G Ortega, B Figueirido
Biology letters 15 (9), 20190406, 2019
Non‐decoupled morphological evolution of the fore‐and hindlimb of sabretooth predators
A Martín‐Serra, B Figueirido, P Palmqvist
Journal of Anatomy 231 (4), 532-542, 2017
Proximal humerus morphology indicates divergent patterns of locomotion in extinct giant kangaroos
CM Janis, JG Napoli, C Billingham, A Martín-Serra
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 27 (4), 627-647, 2020
Morphological disparity of the humerus in modern birds
FJ Serrano, M Costa-Pérez, G Navalón, A Martín-Serra
Diversity 12 (5), 173, 2020
Changing modular patterns in the carnivoran pelvic girdle
A Martín-Serra, B Figueirido, P Palmqvist
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 27 (2), 237-243, 2020
Serial disparity in the carnivoran backbone unveils a complex adaptive role in metameric evolution
B Figueirido, A Martín-Serra, A Pérez-Ramos, D Velasco, FJ Pastor, ...
Communications biology 4 (1), 1-15, 2021
Phenotypic integration in the carnivoran backbone and the evolution of functional differentiation in metameric structures
A Martín‐Serra, A Pérez‐Ramos, FJ Pastor, D Velasco, B Figueirido
Evolution letters 5 (3), 251-264, 2021
Morphological evolution of the carnivoran sacrum
JM Esteban, A Martín‐Serra, C Varón‐González, A Pérez‐Ramos, ...
Journal of Anatomy 237 (6), 1087-1102, 2020
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