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Tooth Development In Human Evolution And Bioarchaeology

Author : Simon Hillson
ISBN : 9781107011335
Genre : Science
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This book critically reviews theory, assumptions, methods and literature to examine the unique role of teeth in preserving records of human growth.

What Teeth Reveal About Human Evolution

Author : Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg
ISBN : 9781107082106
Genre : Nature
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Explores the insights that fossil hominin teeth provide about human evolution, linking findings with current debates in palaeoanthropology.

The Anthropology Of Modern Human Teeth

Author : G. Richard Scott
ISBN : 9781107174412
Genre : Law
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Complete guide to genetics, evolution, and variation in human tooth crown and root morphology in modern and fossil Homo sapiens.


Author : Clark Spencer Larsen
ISBN : 9780521838696
Genre : History
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A synthetic treatment of the study of human remains from archaeological contexts for current and future generations of bioarchaeologists.

A Companion To Dental Anthropology

Author : Joel D. Irish
ISBN : 9781118845431
Genre : Nature
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Companion to Dental Anthropology presents a collection of original readings addressing all aspects and sub-disciplines of the field of dental anthropology—from its origins and evolution through to the latest scientific research. Represents the most comprehensive coverage of all sub-disciplines of dental anthropology available today Features individual chapters written by experts in their specific area of dental research Includes authors who also present results from their research through case studies or voiced opinions about their work Offers extensive coverage of topics relating to dental evolution, morphometric variation, and pathology

Dental Perspectives On Human Evolution

Author : Shara E. Bailey
ISBN : 9781402058448
Genre : Social Science
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The objective of the volume is to bring together, in one collection, the most innovative dental anthropological research as it pertains to the study of hominid evolution. In the past few decades both the numbers of hominid dental fossils and the sophistication of the techniques used to analyze them have increased substantially. The book’s contributions focus on dental morphometrics, growth and development, diet and dental evolution.

Evolution S Bite

Author : Peter S. Ungar
ISBN : 9781400884759
Genre : Science
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What teeth can teach us about the evolution of the human species Whether we realize it or not, we carry in our mouths the legacy of our evolution. Our teeth are like living fossils that can be studied and compared to those of our ancestors to teach us how we became human. In Evolution's Bite, noted paleoanthropologist Peter Ungar brings together for the first time cutting-edge advances in understanding human evolution and climate change with new approaches to uncovering dietary clues from fossil teeth to present a remarkable investigation into the ways that teeth—their shape, chemistry, and wear—reveal how we came to be. Ungar describes how a tooth's "foodprints"—distinctive patterns of microscopic wear and tear—provide telltale details about what an animal actually ate in the past. These clues, combined with groundbreaking research in paleoclimatology, demonstrate how a changing climate altered the food options available to our ancestors, what Ungar calls the biospheric buffet. When diets change, species change, and Ungar traces how diet and an unpredictable climate determined who among our ancestors was winnowed out and who survived, as well as why we transitioned from the role of forager to farmer. By sifting through the evidence—and the scars on our teeth—Ungar makes the important case for what might or might not be the most natural diet for humans. Traveling the four corners of the globe and combining scientific breakthroughs with vivid narrative, Evolution's Bite presents a unique dental perspective on our astonishing human development.

Human Growth In The Past

Author : Robert D. Hoppa
ISBN : 052163153X
Genre : Nature
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An interdisciplinary analysis of human growth in past populations, first published in 1999.

The Cambridge Companion To English Literature 1500 1600

Author : Arthur F. Kinney
ISBN : 0521587581
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The first comprehensive account of English Renaissance literature and the culture which shaped it.

Human Bioarchaeology Of The Transition To Agriculture

Author : Ron Pinhasi
ISBN : 9781119956686
Genre : Science
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A holistic and comprehensive account of the nature of the transition from hunting to farming in prehistory. It addresses for the first time the main bioarchaeological aspects such as changes in mobility, behaviour, diet and population dynamics. This book is of major interest to the relevant audience since it offers for the first time a global perspective on the bioarchaeology of the transition to agriculture. It includes contributions from world-class researchers, with a particular emphasis on advances in methods (e.g. ancient DNA of pathogens, stable isotope analysis, etc.). The book specifically addresses the following aspects associated with the transition to agriculture in various world regions: Changes in adult and subadult stature and subadult growth profiles Diachronic trends in the analysis of functional morphological structures (craniofacial, vault, lower limbs, etc.) and whether these are associated with change in overall sex-specific morphological variability Changes in mobility Changes in behaviour which can be reconstructed from the study of the skeletal record. These include changes in activity patterns, sexual dimorphism, evidence of inter-personal trauma, and the like. Population dynamics and microevolution by examining intra and inter population variations in dental and cranial metric traits, as well as archaeogenetic studies of ancient DNA (e.g. mtDNA markers).

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