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M3#1366

Two bony labyrinths

Data citation: Sabrina Renaud Logo, Léa Amar, Caroline Romestaing Logo, Jean-Pierre Quéré and Renaud Lebrun Logo, 2024. M3#1366. doi: 10.18563/m3.sf.1366

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Information
Sex : female

Age group : Adult

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Material Type : skull

Origin : Tourch, France

Taxonomy
Class : Mammalia

Order : Rodentia

Family : Muridae

Genus : Mus

Species :musculus


Description
Wild mouse caught in Tourch, France

Related article
3D models related to the publication: Inner ear morphology in wild vs laboratory house mice
Sabrina Renaud, Léa Amar, Caroline Romestaing, Jean-Pierre Quéré and Renaud Lebrun
Published online: 15/01/2024

Keywords: fuctuating asymmetry; geometric morphometrics; intraspecific variation; Mus musculus domesticus; semicircular canals

https://doi.org/10.18563/journal.m3.220

  Abstract

    This contribution contains 3D models of left and right house mouse (Mus musculus domesticus) inner ears analyzed in Renaud et al. (2024). The studied mice belong to four groups: wild-trapped mice, wild-derived lab offspring, a typical laboratory strain (Swiss) and hybrids between wild-derived and Swiss mice. They have been analyzed to assess the impact of mobility reduction on inner ear morphology, including patterns of divergence, levels of inter-individual variance (disparity) and intra-individual variance (fluctuating asymmetry) 


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