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absolute dimensions appendages biometrical Biometrika bones carpo carpopodite correlations carpopodite of leg Cephalothorax index cephalothorax length characters studied chela cheliped coefficients of variation Coeppicient conclude constants CONTIGUOUS METAMERES correlation coefficients crayfish Crustacea degree of correlation degree of variability different joints different legs differentiated distributions dite excess column given in table greatest skewness gross correlation Head Meripodite highly correlated homologous joints homologous segments homologous series indices influence of homology involving the carpopodite joint correlations joint pairs kurtosis Leg 11 Leg Leg ii Leg Legi Leg Legl length of cephalothorax mean measured meripo meripodite and propodite meripodite of leg minus Naqada NON-CONTIGUOUS METAMERES non-contiguous pair non-homologous joints normal or Gaussian observed organic correlation partial correlation podite positive probable error propo propodite of leg proportionality proportions RAYMOND PEARL regeneration relative variability spurious correlation standard deviation tion Tota1 total correlation values variation and correlation walking legs
Page 73 - FAXON, W. 1884. On the so-called Dimorphism in the genus Cambarus. Amer. Jour. Sci., vol.
Page 35 - Here the correlation coefficients of non-bilateral dimensions are extremely high, as high as in many of the highest human coefficients between bilateral dimensions. As a result of the newly assumed position of the scallop, two formerly largely independent axes have come to vary simultaneously just because they have similar relations to the bottom.