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jzo879-sup-001-figS1-tblS2.doc484KFigure S1 Bivariate plots showing the percentage of variance explained by each principal component derived from mandible (A) and cranial (B) analyses of the sample of arctoid carnivores.
jzo879-sup-001-figS1-tblS2.doc484KFigure S2 Bivariate plots between the logarithms of centroid size (x-axis) and the scores of the specimens on the PCs (y-axis). The graphs show the relationship for the first (A), second (B) and third PCs computed for jaw morphology, and for the first (C), second (D) and third (E) PCs derived from cranial morphology.
jzo879-sup-001-figS1-tblS2.doc484KFigure S3 Bivariate plots showing the percentage of variance explained by each principal component derived from mandible (A) and cranial (B) analyses of Ailurus and Ailuropoda.
jzo879-sup-001-figS1-tblS2.doc484KFigure S4 Bivariate plots between the logarithms of centroid size (x-axis) and the scores of the specimens in the PCs (y-axis). The graphs show the relationship for the first (A) and second (B) PCs computed for jaw morphology, and for the first (C) and second (D) PCs derived from cranial morphology. White circles: Ailuropoda melanoleuca, gray circles: Ailurus fulgens.
jzo879-sup-001-figS1-tblS2.doc484KTable S1 Eigenvalues (λ) and percentages of variance explained by the principal components computed in the analysis of skull shape variation in arctoid carnivores.
jzo879-sup-001-figS1-tblS2.doc484KTable S2 Eigenvalues (λ) and percentages of variance explained by the principal components computed in the analysis of skull shape in the red and giant pandas.

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