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Physical Anthropology by Philip L. Stein
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Physical Anthropology (edition 1992)

by Philip L. Stein

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This revision of Physical Anthropology combines information on discoveries impacting the on-going controversy over the origin of modern humans with a revamped design. The authors have included discussions on the mitroshondrial eve hypothesis and the discovery of a new Georgian (formerly Soviet Union) homo erectus. New features include four-colour photo essays, a slightly larger trimsize to accommodate a more open design and chapter outlines. The fifth edition includes eighteen new boxes and a new appendix, An introduction to skeletal anatomy and the anatomy of the brain.… (more)
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Title:Physical Anthropology
Authors:Philip L. Stein
Info:Mcgraw-Hill College (1992), Edition: 5, Paperback, 554 pages
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My Textbook for physical anthropolgy. Handy when discussing evolution. ( )
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This revision of Physical Anthropology combines information on discoveries impacting the on-going controversy over the origin of modern humans with a revamped design. The authors have included discussions on the mitroshondrial eve hypothesis and the discovery of a new Georgian (formerly Soviet Union) homo erectus. New features include four-colour photo essays, a slightly larger trimsize to accommodate a more open design and chapter outlines. The fifth edition includes eighteen new boxes and a new appendix, An introduction to skeletal anatomy and the anatomy of the brain.

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