Covariation between wrist bone morphology and maximal range of motion during ulnar deviation and supination in extant nonhuman primate taxa
Summary: Variations in maximal range of motion during nonhuman primate ulnar deviation and supination can be linked to differences in locomotor behaviour, but correlations with shape require analysis on a larger dataset.
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