Check out the new issue of the Anatomical Record, co-edited with Adam Hartstone-Rose and Damiano Marchi! It is full of anatomical goodness, and showcases new findings and cutting-edge techniques in the study of muscle functional morphology. This issue contains several papers by Santana lab members:
Curtis A.A. and Santana S.E. 2018. Jaw-dropping: functional variation in the digastric muscle in bats. The Anatomical Record 301: 279–290. PDF
Santana S.E. 2018. Comparative anatomy of bat jaw musculature via Diffusible Iodine-Based Contrast-Enhanced Computed Tomography. The Anatomical Record 301: 267–278. PDF
Hartstone-Rose and Santana S.E. 2018. Behavioral correlates of cranial muscle functional morphology. The Anatomical Record 301: 197–201. PDF
Arbour J.A. and López-Fernández H. 2018. Intrinsic Constraints on the Diversification of Neotropical Cichlid Adductor Mandibulae Size. The Anatomical Record 301: 216–226.