Human Biology Volume 84, Number 2, April 2012

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Human Biology Volume 84, Number 2

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A worldwide forum for state-of-the-art ideas, methods, and techniques in the field, Human Biology focuses on genetics in its broadest sense. Included under this rubric are: human population genetics, evolutionary and genetic demography, quantitative genetics, evolutionary biology, ancient DNA studies, biological diversity interpreted in terms of adaptation (biometry, physical anthropology), and interdisciplinary research linking biological and cultural diversity (inferred from linguistic variability, ethnological diversity, archaeological evidence, etc.).

 

Table of Contents

Resource Availability, Mortality, and Fertility: A Path Analytic Approach to Global Life-History Variation
Mark A. Caudell and Robert J. Quinlan

Association among Obesity-Related Anthropometric Phenotypes: Analyzing Genetic and Environmental Contribution
Aline Jelenkovic and Esther Rebato

Human Pelvis and Long Bones Reveal Differential Preservation of Ancient Population History and Migration Out of Africa
Lia Betti, Noreen von Cramon-Taubadel, and Stephen J. Lycett

Microgeographic Differentiation in Historical Yemen Inferred by Morphometric Distances
Maria Enrica Danubio, Emanuele Sanna, Fabrizio Rufo, Domenico Martorella, Elvira Vecchi, and Alfredo Coppa

The Family Name as Socio-Cultural Feature and Genetic Metaphor: From Concepts to Methods
Pierre Darlu, Gerrit Bloothooft, Alessio Boattini, Leendert Brouwer, Matthijs Brouwer, Guy Brunet, Pascal Chareille, James Cheshire, Richard Coates, Paul Longley, Kathrin Dräger, Bertrand Desjardins, Patrick Hanks, Kees Mandemakers, Pablo Mateos, Davide Pettener, Antonella Useli, and Franz Manni

Book Review: The Evolution of the Human Head, by Daniel E. Lieberman
Timothy D. Smith

 

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Additional Information 6x9, 100 pages, published June 13, 2012

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