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ede12033-sm-0001-SupFig-S1.tif3584KFig. S1. Positions of the 14 landmarks used in this study on the outline of a mouse hemimandible radiograph. LM1: anterior terminus of bone dorsal of the incisor; LM2: minimum of depression on dorsal side of incisor ramus; LM3: bone/teeth transition anterior of M1; M4: intersection of ascending ramus with tooth row; LM5: tip of processus coronoideus; LM6: minimum of depression posterior to processus coronoideus; LM7: anterior margin of condylar articular surface; LM8: posteroventral tip of condyle; LM9: minimum of depression formed by condyle and processus angularis; LM10: posterodorsal tip of processus angularis; LM11: posteroventral tip of processus angularis; LM12: minimum of depression formed by processus angularis and incisor ramus; LM13: posterior margin of muscle insertion area on ventral side of incisor ramus; LM14: anterior margin of muscle insertion area on ventral site of incisor ramus.
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Table S1. Shape changes along principal directions of microevolutionary and genetic variation of mouse mandible shape. See Table 1 in manuscript and text for explanations

Table S2. Vector correlations between additive QTL effects in Leamy et al. (2008) and shape change vectors along principal components of between-population variation in Boell and Tautz (2011). Significant results are highlighted in bold

Table S3. Vector correlations between additive CSS effects in Boell et al. (2011) and shape change vectors along principal components of between-population variation in Boell and Tautz (2011). Significant results are highlighted in bold

Table S4. QTL shape change vectors from Leamy et al. (2008) (obtained from the authors)

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