脊椎動物の摂食:進化・形態・行動・バイオメカニクス<br>Feeding in Vertebrates : Evolution, Morphology, Behavior, Biomechanics (Fascinating Life Sciences) (1st ed. 2019. 2019. xviii, 865 S. 137 SW-Abb., 130 Farbabb., 125 Farbt)

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脊椎動物の摂食:進化・形態・行動・バイオメカニクス
Feeding in Vertebrates : Evolution, Morphology, Behavior, Biomechanics (Fascinating Life Sciences) (1st ed. 2019. 2019. xviii, 865 S. 137 SW-Abb., 130 Farbabb., 125 Farbt)

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This book provides students and researchers with reviews of biological questions related to the evolution of feeding by vertebrates in aquatic and terrestrial environments. Based on recent technical developments and novel conceptual approaches, the book covers functional questions on trophic behavior in nearly all vertebrate groups including jawless fishes. The book describes mechanisms and theories for understanding the relationships between feeding structure and feeding behavior. Finally, the book demonstrates the importance of adopting an integrative approach to the trophic system in order to understand evolutionary mechanisms across the biodiversity of vertebrates.

Table of Contents

1 Feeding, a Tool to Understand Vertebrate     1  (20)
Evolution Introduction to "Feeding in
Vertebrates"
Vincent Bels
Anthony Herrel
Part I Overview: From Structure to Behavior
2 Functional Morphology of Vertebrate 21 (24)
Feeding Systems: New Insights from XROMM
and Fluoromicrometry
Elizabeth L. Brainerd
Ariel L. Camp
3 What Does Musculoskeletal Mechanics Tell 45 (26)
Us About Evolution of Form and Function in
Vertebrates?
Emily J. Rayfield
4 Food Capture in Vertebrates: A Complex 71 (68)
Integrative Performance of the Cranial and
Postcranial Systems
Stephane J. Montuelle
Emily A. Kane
5 Transitions from Water to Land: 139(20)
Terrestrial Feeding in Fishes
Sam Van Wassenbergh
6 The Evolution of the Hand as a Tool in 159(30)
Feeding Behavior: The Multiple Motor
Channel Theory of Hand Use
Ian Q. Whishaw
Jenni M. Karl
Part II Anatomy, Biomechanics and Behavior in
Chordate and Vertebrate Lineages
7 Feeding in Jawless Fishes 189(42)
Andrew J. Clark
Theodore A. Uyeno
8 Feeding in Cartilaginous Fishes: An 231(66)
Interdisciplinary Synthesis
Daniel Huber
Cheryl Wilga
Mason Dean
Lara Ferry
Jayne Gardiner
Laura Habegger
Yannis Papastamatiou
Jason Ramsay
Lisa Whitenack
9 Functional Morphology and Biomechanics of 297(36)
Feeding in Fishes
Nicholas J. Gidmark
Kelsie Pos
Bonne Matheson
Esai Ponce
Mark W. Westneat
10 Evolutionary Specialization of the 333(52)
Tongue in Vertebrates: Structure and
Function
Shin-ichi Iwasaki
Serkan Erdogan
Tomoichiro Asami
11 Tetrapod Teeth: Diversity, Evolution, 385(46)
and Function
Peter S. Ungar
Hans-Dieter Sues
12 Feeding in Amphibians: Evolutionary 431(38)
Transformations and Phenotypic Diversity as
Drivers of Feeding System Diversity
Anthony Herrel
James C. O'Reilly
Anne-Claire Fabre
Carla Bardua
Aurelien Lowie
Renaud Boistel
Stanislav N. Gorb
13 Feeding in Lizards: Form-Function and 469(58)
Complex Multifunctional System
Vincent Bels
Anne-Sophie Paindavoine
Lei'la-Nastasia Zghikh
Emeline Paulet
Jean-Pierre Pallandre
Stcphane J. Montuelle
14 Feeding in Snakes: Form, Function, and 527(48)
Evolution of the Feeding System
Brad R. Moon
David A. Penning
Marion Segall
Anthony Herrel
15 Feeding in Crocodylians and Their 575(36)
Relatives: Functional Insights from
Ontogeny and Evolution
Paul M. Gignac
Haley D. O'Brien
Alan H. Turner
Gregory M. Erickson
16 Feeding in Turtles: Understanding 611(32)
Terrestrial and Aquatic Feeding in a
Diverse but Monophyletic Group
Patrick Lemell
Nikolay Natchev
Christian Josef Beisser
Egon Heiss
17 Feeding in Birds: Thriving in 643(52)
Terrestrial, Aquatic, and Aerial Niches
Alejandro Rico-Guevara
Diego Sustaita
Sander Gussekloo
Aaron Olsen
Jen Bright
Clay Corbin
Robert Dudley
18 Feeding in Mammals: Comparative, 695(48)
Experimental, and Evolutionary Insights on
Form and Function
Susan H. Williams
19 Feeding in Aquatic Mammals: An 743(44)
Evolutionary and Functional Approach
Christopher D. Marshall
Nicholas D. Pyenson
20 Evolution, Constraint, and Optimality in 787(44)
Primate Feeding Systems
Callum F. Ross
Jose Iriarte-Diaz
21 The Masticatory Apparatus of Humans 831
(Homo sapiens): Evolution and Comparative
Functional Morphology
Christopher J. Vinyard
Mark F. Teaford
Christine E. Wall
Andrea B. Taylor