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44.Pavlicev M, Mitteroecker P, Gonzales PM, Rolian C, Jamniczky HA, Villena, FPM, Marcucio R, Spritz R, Hallgrimsson B. 2016. Development shapes a consistent inbreeding effect in mouse crania of different line crosses. Journal of Experimental Zoology 326: 474-488.

43. Powell GL, Russell AP, Jamniczky HA, Hallgrimsson B. In press. Ontogeny and modularity in the expression of dermatocranial shape in the Greater Short-Horned Lizard Phrynosoma hernandesi (Reptilia: Squamata: Phrynosomatidae). Evolutionary Biology.

42. Morris MRJ, Petrovich E, Bowles E, Jamniczky HA, Rogers SM. In press. Exploring Jordan's Rule in coastal threespine stickleback Gasterosteus aculeatus. Journal of Fish Biology.

41. Higham TE, Rogers SM, Jamniczky HA, Reznick DN, Lauder GV, Stewart WJ, Langerhans RB, Martin CH. 2016. Biomechanics and the origin of species: A multidisciplinary approach using fish locomotion and feeding. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283: 20161294.

40. Jamniczky HA, Cotton, D, Paget M, Ramji Q, Lenz R, McLaughlin K, Coderre S, Ma IWY. In press. Cognitive load imposed by ultrasound-facilitated teaching does not adversely affect gross anatomy learning outcomes. Anatomical Sciences Education 10(2): 144-151.

39. Santos R, Kawauchi S, Jacobs RE, Lopez-Burks ME, Choi H, Wikenheiser J, Hallgrimsson B, Jamniczky HA, Lander AD, Calof AL. 2016. Conditional creation and rescue of Nipbl-deficiency in mice reveals multiple determinants of risk for congenital heart defects. PLoS Biology 14(9): e2000197.

38. Pistore A, Barry TN, Bowles E, Sharma R, Vanderzwan S, Rogers SM, Jamniczky HA. 2016. Characterizing adaptive divergence in four populations of threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) in Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska. Canadian Journal of Zoology 94: 463-472.

37. Anderson SJ, Krigolson OE, Jamniczky HA, Hecker K. 2016. Learning anatomical structures: A reinforcement based learning approach. Medical Science Educator 26: 123-128.

36. Xu Q, Green RM, Jamniczky HA, Marcucio RS, Hallgrimsson B, Mio W. 2015. Correlations between the morphology of sonic hedgehog expression domains and embryonic craniofacial shape. Evolutionary Biology 42:379-386.

35. Jamniczky HA, Barry TN, Rogers SM. 2015. Eco-evo-devo in the study of adaptive divergence: examples from Threespine Stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus). Integrative and Comparative Biology 55: 166-178.

34. Hu D, Young NM, Xu Q, Jamniczky HA, Green RM, Mio W, Marcucio RS, Hallgrimsson B. 2015. Signals from the brain induce variation in avian facial shape. Developmental Dynamics 244:1133-1143.

33. Jamniczky HA, Campeau S, Barry TN, Skelton J, Rogers SM. 2015. Three-dimensional morphometrics for quantitative trait locus analysis: tackling complex questions with complex phenotypes. Evolutionary Biology 42: 260-271.

32. Parsons TE, Downey CM, Jirik FR, Hallgrimsson B, Jamniczky HA. 2015. Mind the gap: genetic manipulation of basicranial growth within synchondroses modulates calvarial and facial shape in mice through epigenetic interactions. PLoS ONE 10(2): e0118355.

31. Andrews SHJ, Rattner JB, Jamniczky HA, Shrive NG, Adesida AB. 2015. The structural and compositional transition of the meniscal roots into the fibrocartilage of the menisci. Journal of Anatomy 226: 169-174.

30. Green RM, Feng W, Fish J, Marcucio RS, Jamniczky HA, Hallgrimsson B, Williams TJ. 2015. Tfap2a-dependent changes in facial morphology result in clefting that can be ameliorated by a reduction in Fgf8 gene dosage. Disease Models and Mechanisms 8:31-43.

29. Schutz H, Jamniczky HA, Hallgrímsson B, Garland Jr T. 2014. Shape-shift: semicircular canal morphology responds to selective breeding for increased locomotor activity. Evolution 68: 3184-3198.

28. Jamniczky HA, McLaughlin K, Kaminska, ME, Somayaji R, Wright B, Ma IWY. 2014. Cognitive load imposed by knobology may adversely affect learners’ perception of utility in using ultrasonography to learn physical examination skills, but not anatomy. Anatomical Sciences Education 8: 197-204.

27. Rogers SM, Jamniczky HA. 2014. The shape of things to come in the study of the origin of species. Molecular Ecology 23: 1650-1652.

26. Jamniczky HA, Harper EE, Garner R, Cresko WA, Wainwright PC, Hallgrímsson B, Kimmel CB. 2014. Integration structure facilitates evolutionary and functional change in the opercular four-bar apparatus of the threespine stickleback. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111: 375-390.

25. Andrews SHJ, Ronsky JL, Rattner JB, Shrive NG, Jamniczky HA. 2013. An evaluation of meniscal collagenous structure using optical projection tomography. BMC Medical Imaging 13:21.

24. Smith F, Hu D, Young NM, Lainoff A, Jamniczky HA, Maltepe E, Hallgrímsson B, Marcucio RS. 2013. The effect of hypoxia on facial shape variation and disease phenotypes including holoprosencephaly. Disease Models and Mechanisms 6:915-924.

23. Tworek JK, Jamniczky HA, Jacob C, Hallgrímsson B, Wright B. 2013. The LINDSAY Virtual Human Project: an immersive approach to anatomy and physiology. Anatomical Sciences Education 6:19-28.

22. Hallgrímsson B, Jamniczky HA, Young NM, Rolian C, Schmidt-Ott U, Marcucio RS. 2012. The Generation of Variation and the Developmental Basis of Evolutionary Novelty. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 318:501-517.

21. Parsons TE, Schmidt EJ, Boughner JC, Jamniczky HA, Marcucio RS, Hallgrímsson B. 2011. Epigenetic integration of the developing brain and face. Developmental Dynamics 240:2233–2244

20. Meruvia-Pastor OE, Soh J, Schmidt EJ, Boughner JC, Xiao M, Jamniczky HA, Hallgrímsson B, Sensen CW. 2011. Estimating cell count and distribution in labeled histological samples using incremental cell search. International Journal of Biomedical Imaging 2011:ID 874702, 16pp

19. Jamniczky HA, Hallgrímsson B. 2011. Modularity in the skull and cranial vasculature of laboratory mice: implications for the evolution of complex phenotypes. Evolution and Development 13:28–37

18. Jamniczky HA, Boughner JC, Rolian C, Gonzalez PN, Powell CD, Schmidt EJ, Parsons TE, Bookstein FL, Hallgrímsson B. 2010. Rediscovering Waddington in the post-genomic age: operationalizing Waddington’s epigenetics reveals new ways to investigate the generation and modulation of phenotypic variation. BioEssays 32:553–558

17. Schmidt EJ, Parsons TE, Jamniczky HA, Gitelman J, Trpkov C, Boughner JC, Logan CC, Sensen CW Hallgrímsson B. 2010. Micro-computed tomography-based phenotypic approaches in embryology: procedural artifacts in assessments of embryonic craniofacial growth and development. BMC Developmental Biology 10:18

16. Hallgrímsson B, Jamniczky HA, Young NM, Rolian C, Parsons TE, Boughner JC, Marcucio RS. 2009. Deciphering the palimpsest: studying the relationship between morphological integration and phenotypic covariation. Evolutionary Biology 36:355-376

15. Jamniczky HA, Russell AP, Johnson MK, Montuelle SJ, Bels VL. 2009. Morphology and histology of the tongue and oral chamber of Eublepharis macularius (Squamata: Gekkonidae), with special reference to the foretongue and its role in fluid uptake and transport. Evolutionary Biology 36:397-406

14. Jamniczky HA, Hallgrímsson B. 2009. A comparison of covariance structure in wild and laboratory muroid crania. Evolution 63:1540-1556

13. Brinkman DB, Aquillón-Martínez MC, de Leon Dávila CA, Jamniczky HA, Eberth DA, Colbert MW. 2008. Euclastes coahuilaensis sp nov, a primitive cheloniid turtle from the Late Campanian Cerro del Pueblo Formation of Coahuila State, Mexico. PaleoBios 28:76-88

12. Jamniczky HA. 2008. Phenotypic integration patterns support an account of homology as a manifestation of evolvability. Evolutionary Biology 35:312-316

11. Lieberman DE, Hallgrímsson B, Liu W, Parsons TE, Jamniczky HA. 2008. Spatial packing, cranial base angulation, and craniofacial shape variation in the mammalian skull: testing a new model using mice. Journal of Anatomy 212:720-735

10. Jamniczky HA, Russell AP. 2008. Carotid circulatory development in turtles: seeking critical developmental stages to localize establishment of clade-specific pattern. Amphibia-Reptilia 29:270-277

9. Jamniczky HA. 2008. Turtle carotid circulation: a character analysis case study. Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 93:239-256

8. Jamniczky HA, Russell AP. 2007. Re-appraisal of patterns of turtle carotid circulation: evidence from osteological correlates and soft tissues. Journal of Morphology 268(7):571-587

7. Brinkman D, Hart M, Jamniczky HA, Colbert M. 2006. Nichollsemys baieri gen et sp nov, a primitive chelonioid turtle from the Late Campanian of North America. Paludicola 5(4):111-124

6. Lipka T, Therrien F, Weishampel DB, Jamniczky HA, Joyce WG, Colbert MW Brinkman DB. 2006. A new turtle from the Arundel Clays (Potomac Formation, Early Cretaceous) of Maryland, USA. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26(2):300-307

5. Jamniczky HA, Brinkman DB, Russell AP. 2006. Phylogenetic implications of turtle cranial circulation: a review. In Danilov IG Parham JF (eds) Fossil Turtle Research, Vol 1, Russian Journal of Herpetology 13(Suppl):84-92

4. Jamniczky HA. 2005. Biological pluralism and homology. Philosophy of Science 72:687-698

3. Jamniczky HA, Russell AP. 2004. Cranial arterial foramen diameter in turtles: quantitative assessment of size-independent phylogenetic signal. Animal Biology 54(4):417-436

2. Jamniczky HA, Russell AP. 2004. A geometric morphometric analysis of the batagurine process in testudinoid turtles. Amphibia-Reptilia 25(4):369-379

1. Jamniczky HA, Brinkman DB, Russell AP. 2003. Vertebrate microsite sampling: how much is enough? Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23(4):725-734