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Organisms are organized into suites of anatomical structures that typically covary when developmentally or functionally related, and this morphological integration plays a determinant role in evolutionary processes. Artificial selection on domestic species causes strong morphological changes over short time spans, frequently resulting in a wide and exaggerated phenotypic diversity. This raises the question of whether integration constrains the morphological diversification of domestic speciesdoi:10.1098/rspb.2017.1241 pmid:28978726 fatcat:l63oqu4wuzeprak2qewnfbckbm