Fluctuating Asymmetry

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Fluctuating Asymmetry

Measurement of Fluctuating Asymmetry in Insect Wings Using Image Analysis

Fluctuating Asymmetry in Antlers of Alaskan Moose: Size Matters

Genetic Analysis of Fluctuating Asymmetry for Skeletal Characters in Mice

Condition dependence and the origins of elevated fluctuating asymmetry in quality signals

Patterns of fluctuating asymmetry in beetle horns: no evidence for reliable signaling

Assessing fluctuating asymmetry of white-tailed deer antlers in a three-dimensional context

The influence of stocking density on broiler chicken bone quality and fluctuating asymmetry

Fluctuating Asymmetry in Hybrids of Sibling Species, Drosophila ananassae and Drosophila pallidosa, Is Trait and Sex Specific

Increased fluctuating asymmetry in a naturally occurring hybrid zone between the stick insectsBacillus rossius rossius and Bacillus rossius redtenbacheri

Effects of Housing System and Cold Stress on Heterophil-to-Lymphocyte Ratio, Fluctuating Asymmetry, and Tonic Immobility Duration of Chickens

Associations among fluctuating asymmetry, duration of tonic immobility, heterophil-to-lymphocyte ratio, and one-legged standing, crooked toes, or footpad dermatitis in chickens

Effects of moist litter, perches, and droppings pit on fluctuating asymmetry, tonic immobility duration, and heterophil-to-lymphocyte ratio of laying hens

Effect of heat and several additives related to stress levels on fluctuating asymmetry, heterophil:lymphocyte ratio, and tonic immobility duration in White Leghorn chicks

Are body fluctuating asymmetry and the ratio of 2nd to 4th digit length reliable predictors of semen quality?

Effect of Bad Collocation of Wing Tag on Feather Amelanosis, Heterophil-to-Lymphocyte Ratio, Fluctuating Asymmetry, and Tonic Immobility Duration in White-Faced Black Spanish Hens


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Asymmetries abound in nature. The human heart is normally displaced to the left, crabs have one large and one small claw, and flatfish are collapsed onto their left or right ...

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