Anthropology, Physical: The comparative science dealing with the physical characteristics of humans as related to their origin, evolution, and development in the total environment.Anthropology: The science devoted to the comparative study of man.Bioethical Issues: Clusters of topics that fall within the domain of BIOETHICS, the field of study concerned with value questions that arise in biomedicine and health care delivery.Sex Determination by Skeleton: Validation of the sex of an individual by means of the bones of the SKELETON. It is most commonly based on the appearance of the PELVIS; SKULL; STERNUM; and/or long bones.Zoology: The study of animals - their morphology, growth, distribution, classification, and behavior.Bioethics: A branch of applied ethics that studies the value implications of practices and developments in life sciences, medicine, and health care.Portraits as Topic: Graphic representations, especially of the face, of real persons, usually posed, living or dead. (From Thesaurus for Graphic Materials II, p540, 1995)Anthropology, Medical: Field of social science that is concerned with differences between human groups as related to health status and beliefs.Anthropology, Cultural: It is the study of social phenomena which characterize the learned, shared, and transmitted social activities of particular ethnic groups with focus on the causes, consequences, and complexities of human social and cultural variability.Cultural Evolution: The continuous developmental process of a culture from simple to complex forms and from homogeneous to heterogeneous qualities.Illusions: The misinterpretation of a real external, sensory experience.History, 19th Century: Time period from 1801 through 1900 of the common era.Motion Pictures as Topic: The art, technique, or business of producing motion pictures for entertainment, propaganda, or instruction.Optical Illusions: An illusion of vision usually affecting spatial relations.History, 18th Century: Time period from 1701 through 1800 of the common era.BooksKansasSheltered Workshops: Protective places of employment for disabled persons which provide training and employment on a temporary or permanent basis.Forensic Anthropology: Scientific study of human skeletal remains with the express purpose of identification. This includes establishing individual identity, trauma analysis, facial reconstruction, photographic superimposition, determination of time interval since death, and crime-scene recovery. Forensic anthropologists do not certify cause of death but provide data to assist in determination of probable cause. This is a branch of the field of physical anthropology and qualified individuals are certified by the American Board of Forensic Anthropology. (From Am J Forensic Med Pathol 1992 Jun;13(2):146)Education, Nursing: Use for general articles concerning nursing education.Education, Nursing, Diploma Programs: Programs usually offered in hospital schools of nursing leading to a registered nurse diploma (RN). Graduates are eligible for state examination for licensure as RN (Registered Nurse).TennesseeLiterature, ModernHospitals, Private: A class of hospitals that includes profit or not-for-profit hospitals that are controlled by a legal entity other than a government agency. (Hospital Administration Terminology, AHA, 2d ed)Heart-Assist Devices: Small pumps, often implantable, designed for temporarily assisting the heart, usually the LEFT VENTRICLE, to pump blood. They consist of a pumping chamber and a power source, which may be partially or totally external to the body and activated by electromagnetic motors.Anxiety Disorders: Persistent and disabling ANXIETY.PennsylvaniaForensic Dentistry: The application of dental knowledge to questions of law.Bible: The book composed of writings generally accepted by Christians as inspired by God and of divine authority. (Webster, 3d ed)Certification: Compliance with a set of standards defined by non-governmental organizations. Certification is applied for by individuals on a voluntary basis and represents a professional status when achieved, e.g., certification for a medical specialty.Internship, Nonmedical: Advanced programs of training to meet certain professional requirements in fields other than medicine or dentistry, e.g., pharmacology, nutrition, nursing, etc.Education, Pharmacy, Graduate: Educational programs for pharmacists who have a bachelor's degree or a Doctor of Pharmacy degree entering a specific field of pharmacy. They may lead to an advanced degree.Health Information Management: Management of the acquisition, organization, retrieval, and dissemination of health information.

New evidence from Le Moustier 1: computer-assisted reconstruction and morphometry of the skull. (1/160)

In this study, we present a new computerized reconstruction of the Le Moustier 1 Neanderthal skull and discuss its significance for Neanderthal growth and variability. Because of the precarious state of preservation of the original material, we applied entirely noninvasive methods of fossil reconstruction and morphometry, using a combination of computed tomography, computer graphics, and stereolithography. After electronic restoration, the isolated original pieces were recomposed on the computer screen using external and internal anatomical clues to position the bone fragments and mirror images to complete missing parts. The inferred effects of general compressive deformation that occurred during fossilization were corrected by virtual decompression of the skull. The resulting new reconstruction of the Le Moustier 1 skull shows morphologic features close to the typical Neanderthal adult state. Residual asymmetry of skeletal parts can be traced to in vivo skeletal modification: the left mandibular joint shows signs of a healed condylar fracture, and the anatomy of the occipital region suggests mild plagiocephaly. Using micro-CT analysis, the left incus could be recovered from the matrix filling of the middle ear cavity. Its morphometric dimensions are similar to those of the La Ferrassie III incus. The morphometric characteristics of the inner ear deviate substantially from the condition reported as typical for Neanderthals and fall within the range of modern human variability.  (+info)

Modelling the locomotor energetics of extinct hominids. (2/160)

Bipedality is the defining characteristic of Hominidae and, as such, an understanding of the adaptive significance and functional implications of bipedality is imperative to any study of human evolution. Hominid bipedality is, presumably, a solution to some problem for the early hominids, one that has much to do with energy expenditure. Until recently, however, little attention could be focused on the quantifiable energetic aspects of bipedality as a unique locomotor form within Primates because of the inability to measure empirically the energy expenditure of non-modern hominids. A recently published method provides a way of circumventing the empirical measurement dilemma by calculating energy expenditure directly from anatomical variables and movement profiles. Although the origins of bipedality remain clouded, two discernible forms of locomotor anatomy are present in the hominid fossil record: the australopithecine and modern configurations. The australopithecine form is best represented by AL 288-1, a partial skeleton of Australopithecus afarensis, and is characterized as having short legs and a wide pelvis. The modern form is represented by modern humans and has long legs and a narrow pelvis. Human walking is optimized to take advantage of the changing levels of potential and kinetic energy that occur as the body and limbs move through the stride cycle. Although this optimization minimizes energy expenditure, some energy is required to maintain motion. I quantify this energy by developing a dynamic model that uses kinematic equations to determine energy expenditure. By representing both configurations with such a model, I can compare their rates of energy expenditure. I find that the australopithecine configuration uses less energy than that of a modern human. Despite arguments presented in the anthropological literature, the shortness of the legs of AL 288-1 provides no evidence that she was burdened with a compromised or transitional locomotor anatomy. Instead, she may well have been an effective biped at walking speeds, not despite her short legs, but rather because of them.  (+info)

Group selection, altruism, reinforcement, and throwing in human evolution. (3/160)

Evolution of altruism by group selection involves sacrifice of some individuals, not to the "group as a whole," but to other individuals in the group. Deme-group selection may establish strictly altruistic genes in a population, but only under limited conditions, and perhaps never among vertebrates, among which apparently altruistic behaviors may always potentially benefit the altruists. Responsive-group selection is a more effective mode of evolution of altruism, conspicuous in man. Evolutionary reinforcement increases the force of selection of advantageous behaviors, including altruistic ones, by making them pleasant or rewarding. It is probably involved also in ecological habitat selection, and may be the source of many human emotions, including esthetic ones. Throwing (of stones and weapons) exemplifies both the possible importance of a difficult-to-measure evolutionary factor and the role of reinforcement; in human evolution throwing may have been decisive in food-getting and fighting, in shifting emphasis from brute force to skill, and in inducing evolution of a brain able to handle three-body geometric problems precisely and thus preadapted for more complex functions.  (+info)

The genetic legacy of Paleolithic Homo sapiens sapiens in extant Europeans: a Y chromosome perspective. (4/160)

A genetic perspective of human history in Europe was derived from 22 binary markers of the nonrecombining Y chromosome (NRY). Ten lineages account for >95% of the 1007 European Y chromosomes studied. Geographic distribution and age estimates of alleles are compatible with two Paleolithic and one Neolithic migratory episode that have contributed to the modern European gene pool. A significant correlation between the NRY haplotype data and principal components based on 95 protein markers was observed, indicating the effectiveness of NRY binary polymorphisms in the characterization of human population composition and history.  (+info)

Os incae: variation in frequency in major human population groups. (5/160)

The variation in frequency of the Inca bone was examined in major human populations around the world. The New World populations have generally high frequencies of the Inca bone, whereas lower frequencies occur in northeast Asians and Australians. Tibetan/Nepalese and Assam/Sikkim populations in northeast India have more Inca bones than do neighbouring populations. Among modern populations originally derived from eastern Asian population stock, the frequencies are highest in some of the marginal isolated groups. In Central and West Asia as well as in Europe, frequency of the Inca bone is relatively low. The incidence of the complete Inca bone is, moreover, very low in the western hemisphere of the Old World except for Subsaharan Africa. Subsaharan Africans show as a whole a second peak in the occurrence of the Inca bone. Geographical and ethnographical patterns of the frequency variation of the Inca bone found in this study indicate that the possible genetic background for the occurrence of this bone cannot be completely excluded. Relatively high frequencies of the Inca bone in Subsaharan Africans indicate that this trait is not a uniquely eastern Asian regional character.  (+info)

Virtual anthropology: the digital evolution in anthropological sciences. (6/160)

The discovery and explanation of differences among organisms is a major concern for evolutionary and systematic biologists. In physical anthropology, the discrimination of taxa and the qualitative and quantitative description of ontogenetic or evolutionary change require, of course, the analysis of morphological features. Since the 1960s, a remarkable amount of fossil material was excavated, some of it still awaiting a detailed first analysis, some of it requiring re-examination by more developed methods. While the fossil record grew continuously, a revolution in anthropological research took place with advances in computer technology in the 1980s: a handful of innovative researchers working in specialized anthropology laboratories or medical departments developed the methodological inventory needed to extract critical information from subjects in vivo and from fossilized remains. A considerable part of this information is preserved in the physically heretofore inaccessible interior of anatomical structures. Virtual Anthropology (VA) is a means of making them visible and measurable. Thus, VA also allows access to 'hidden' landmarks; in addition, the large number of semilandmarks accessible on the form enhances the power of Geometric Morphometrics analysis. Furthermore, the density information in volume data allows manipulations such as segmentation, impossible with the real, physical object. Moreover, metric body measurements generally, and cranial measurements specifically, are also an important source of information for the analysis of the ontogenetic development of the skeletal system, and--last but not least--for clinical use (e.g., operation planning, operation simulation, prosthetics). Thus, there developed a fruitful interdisciplinary cooperation between statistics, medicine, and physical anthropology.  (+info)

Endogamy and variation in blood pressure levels in Croatian island isolates. (7/160)

Blood pressure variation was investigated among populations inhabiting islands and peninsula of Middle Dalmatia, Croatia. The number of previous anthropological studies pointed to isolation and different genetic population structure in this environmentally fairly homogeneous area. Variation in blood pressure (systolic and diastolic) among the populations of the islands of Brac, Hvar, Korcula, and the Peljesac peninsula was assessed at three levels involving village populations, regional (western and eastern) populations and the entire island populations. The blood pressure data were collected from 3834 adult individuals inhabiting 37 rural communities and were adjusted for age and body mass index. Variation in blood pressure levels existed among regions and villages. Due to the history of differential settlement, small village sizes and high levels of reproductive isolation, the observed blood pressure variation could be attributed to founder effect, genetic drift and inbreeding. The involvement of genetic factors was tested by relating blood pressure variation among villages to degree of isolation among them. Blood pressure means and proportions of hypertensives increased with endogamy levels in males. In females, this effect could not be observed. However, in both sexes the highest proportions of hypertensives (more than 40%) were found in villages that are most reproductively closed (endogamy greater than 80%). These populations are considered particularly promising for further genetic epidemiological research.  (+info)

Old World sources of the first New World human inhabitants: a comparative craniofacial view. (8/160)

Human craniofacial data were used to assess the similarities and differences between recent and prehistoric Old World samples, and between these samples and a similar representation of samples from the New World. The data were analyzed by the neighbor-joining clustering procedure, assisted by bootstrapping and by canonical discriminant analysis score plots. The first entrants to the Western Hemisphere of maybe 15,000 years ago gave rise to the continuing native inhabitants south of the U.S.-Canadian border. These show no close association with any known mainland Asian population. Instead they show ties to the Ainu of Hokkaido and their Jomon predecessors in prehistoric Japan and to the Polynesians of remote Oceania. All of these also have ties to the Pleistocene and recent inhabitants of Europe and may represent an extension from a Late Pleistocene continuum of people across the northern fringe of the Old World. With roots in both the northwest and the northeast, these people can be described as Eurasian. The route of entry to the New World was at the northwestern edge. In contrast, the Inuit (Eskimo), the Aleut, and the Na-Dene speakers who had penetrated as far as the American Southwest within the last 1,000 years show more similarities to the mainland populations of East Asia. Although both the earlier and later arrivals in the New World show a mixture of traits characteristic of the northern edge of Old World occupation and the Chinese core of mainland Asia, the proportion of the latter is greater for the more recent entrants.  (+info)

*American Journal of Physical Anthropology

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*Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology

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*List of primates of Colombia

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*Garifuna

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*Bergmann's rule

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*Broca's area

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*Emőke Szathmáry

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*Knuckle-walking

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*OH 5

ISBN 0-684-82470-1. Spencer, Frank (1997). History of Physical Anthropology. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 0-8153-0490-0. Staniforth, ... Current Anthropology. 1 (1): 76. doi:10.1086/200077. ISSN 1537-5382. Leakey, Mary (1965). Olduvai Gorge. 3: Excavations in Beds ... was published in the January 1960 issue of Current Anthropology. It was annotated by anthropologist Francis Clark Howell, who ...

*Origins of Hutu, Tutsi and Twa

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*Robert Yerkes

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*Neoteny in humans

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*Homininae

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*Egyptians

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*Zoopharmacognosy

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*Runoko Rashidi

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*Physiognomy

Popular in the 19th century, it has been used as a basis for scientific racism, along with Physical anthropology. No clear ... "Eugenics and Physical Anthropology." 2007. August 7, 2007. "Anthroposcopy - Define Anthroposcopy at Dictionary.com". Dictionary ... Both Della Porta and Browne adhered to the 'doctrine of signatures'-that is, the belief that the physical structures of nature ... Based on his findings, "Lombroso proposed that the "born criminal" could be distinguished by physical atavistic stigmata, such ...

*Human mitochondrial DNA haplogroup

American J Physical Anthropology. 131:282-294. van Holst Pellekaan, S., 2011. Genetic evidence for the colonization of ...

*CMAH

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*Multiregional origin of modern humans

Studies in Physical Anthropology. Howells, W. W (ed). Studies in Physical Anthropology; No. 1, American Association of Physical ... Thorne, A.G. (1984). "Australia's human origins - how many sources?". American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 63: 227. doi: ... Templeton, Alan R. (2005). "Haplotype Trees and Modern Human Origins" (PDF). Yearbook of Physical Anthropology. 48 (S41): 33-59 ... Kramer, A. (1991). "Modern human origins in Australasia: replacement or evolution?". American Journal of Physical Anthropology ...

*Boskop Man

Tobias, P (1985). "History of Physical Anthropology in Southern Africa". Yearbook of Physical Anthropology. 28: 1-52. doi: ... Galloway, A (1937). "The Characteristics of the Skull of the Boskop Physical Type". American Journal of Physical Anthropology. ... John Hawks says "The portrayal of 'Boskops' in the Discover excerpt is so out of line with anthropology of the last forty years ... except as an obsolete category from the history of anthropology." He does note that the web editor at Discover replied that " ...

*Teshik-Tash 1

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*Evolutionary medicine

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*Juvenilization of poverty

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*Herman Frederik Carel ten Kate (artist)

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*John R. Lukacs

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PSYC 160 Evolution and Behavior (3 Cr). Students will acquire a familiarity with the subfield of anthropology concerned with human evolution. This includes familiarity with living human adaptations, the human fossil record, human anatomy, primatology, and evolutionary theory.. A Physical Anthropology Minor will provide Hunter College students with a short introduction to humans and our evolutionary history. Physical anthropology is a synthetic field that both draws on and complements other majors, such as biology and psychology. A Physical Anthropology Minor will offer students a short program that will act as a significant supplement to these major programs.. ...
The goal of this project is to track the relationships among PhDs in Physical Anthropology. Back in 2013, we were inspired by a paper by Elizabeth Kelley and Robert Sussman in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, which presented "genealogy data" on field primatologists. Genealogy is probably the more accurate term, but we like to think of it as a phylogenetic tree. Using web tools, we are expanding on previous work by providing interactive visualizations of this data, and by allowing people from all over the world to contribute their data.. ...
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This sounds like an interesting axioma. The short mtDNA string identified for LM3 revealed three bitpairs uniquely being shared with the chr.11 insert (16264T, 16290T, 16301T), excluding an apparent shared outlier of Bonobo (16263C). IMO, enough to indicate some kind of close affinity other than ancestral or clade between the Insert hominine and LM3. However, how modern this clade could have been? The insert counts 19 defining bitpairs that deviate from rCRS, three of which are unique, IMO defining the hominine source as a divergent branch as well. Four insert bitpairs are shared by primates AND groups of modern mtDNA that apparently diverged earlier, implying that rCRS would thus probably include two uniquely derived mutations (16230G-,A, 16278T-,C) and two more derived mutations shared with LM3 (16129A-,G, 16311C-,T). The remaining 8 defining insert bitpairs are shared by primates (5), Denisovans (6) or both (3, including one Bonobo outlier); none are uniquely shared by Neanderthal, ...
denotes shared authorship. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS. Zohdy S. A Wild Tale About Old Age. Marie Curie Conference, European Science Open Forum 2008. Barcelona, Spain. ¤ Zohdy, S, Evans, AR, Jernvall, J, Wright, PC. Greater, Woolly, and Giant: What it Takes for Bears Rodents and Lemurs to Eat Bamboo Prosimians Congress. 2007. Ithala, South Africa. Zohdy, S, Evans, AR, Jernvall, J, Wright, PC. Roughing it: What it Takes for Bears, Rodents and Lemurs to Eat Bamboo American Association of Physical Anthropologists. 2008. Cleveland, OH. American Association of Physical Anthropologists. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Suppl 46:228. King SJ, Zohdy, S, Evans, AR, Godfrey, LR Jernvall J, Wright PC. Senescence in wild lemurs: does it happen? 2008. Cleveland, OH. American Association of Physical Anthropologists. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Suppl 46:228. Zohdy S, King SJ, Blanco MB, Wright PC, Jernvall, J. Longevity in the Brown Mouse Lemur: Old but not Mousy. 2009. Chicago, IL, USA. ...
Research description: My research has focused primarily on the Middle and Later Pleistocene periods of genus Homo evolution. I have been particularly interested in the evolutionary significance of the distinctive Neandertal craniofacial pattern and the possible developmental, biomechanical, and stochastic models underlying its evolution over time in Europe and western Asia. I am also interested in the origins of modern humans and the evolutionary dynamics associated with the concept of anatomical "modernity." I have focused morphologically on the mid-facial region of the skull given the central role that the nasal capsule plays in the development of the hominid cranium in terms of respiratory function, but I have also extended the anatomical focus to ribs and overall thoracic anatomy in fossil humans given its functional tie to respiration as well. My most recent collaborative project has focused on "self-domestication" as a driving mechanism for facial downsizing in modern humans stemming from ...
This course covers the concepts, methods and theory of biological evolution and its application to the human species. There is a specific focus on molecular, Mendelian and population genetics mechanisms of evolution, primatology, paleoanthropology, biocultural adaptations, human variation, and current bioethical issues. The philosophy of science and the scientific method serve as foundations to the course.
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Diseases of complex etiology demonstrate considerable variation in their frequencies in different ethnic populations. Noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM), rheumatoid arthritis, and several cardiovascular diseases constitute examples of such disorders. In genetic studies involving hybrid populations of known ancestry, it is of interest to compare and correlate disease prevalence with the admixture proportion, the latter estimated from a number of polymorphic genetic markers. Theoretical formulations are provided relating disease prevalence in a hybrid population to the admixture proportion under different models of disease transmission. It is shown that the relationship between admixture proportion and disease frequency provides discriminatory power regarding the mode of inheritance. This method is illustrated with an example comparing the proportion of Amerindian ancestry in Mexican-Americans and the prevalence of NIDDM. It is found that genetic factors are involved in susceptibility ...
Chemist and illusionist John Henry Pepper (1821-1900) lectured at the Royal Polytechnic Institution in London, and incorporated experiments, illusions and magic lanterns into his popular science lectures. In 1862 he developed a stage-show illusion called the ghost. This involved using strategically placed pieces of glass and specific lighting in order to create the illusion of ghostly figures on stage. The illusion was immensely popular in the second half of the nineteenth century - it was visited by royalty, and Peppers show toured to America, Canada and Australia. In this book, first published in 1890, Pepper details the history of the ghost and the process of carrying out the illusion. Peppers Ghost is considered to be a precursor to cinema, and this book will be of interest to those studying the development of popular nineteenth-century culture, the entertainment industry, and the origins of cinema.. ...
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice is an accelerated online degree program that is designed to help people currently working in the field develop the essential knowledge and skills needed to become an effective practitioner or supervisor in the criminal justice system. All required courses for the M.S. in criminal justice are offered in an accelerated, 8-week format. Students can expect to complete the 36-hour program in 3 years (7 semesters).. ...
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Ever since researchers first discovered thousands of bones and teeth from 28 individuals in the mid-1990s from Sima de los Huesos ("pit of bones"), a cave in the Atapuerca Mountains of Spain, they had noted that the fossils looked a lot like primitive Neandertals. The Sima people, who lived before Neandertals, were thought to have emerged in Europe. Yet their teeth, jaws, and large nasal cavities were among the traits that closely resembled those of Neandertals, according to a team led by paleontologist Juan-Luis Arsuaga of the Complutense University of Madrid. As a result, his team classified the fossils as members of Homo heidelbergensis, a species that lived about 600,000 to 250,000 years ago in Europe, Africa, and Asia. Many researchers have thought H. heidelbergensis gave rise to Neandertals and perhaps also to our species, H. sapiens, in the past 400,000 years or so. ...
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z. A. Anderson, D. C., Finnegan, M., Hotopp, J. and Fisher, A. K. 1980 The Lewis Central School site (13PW5): a resolution of ideological conflicts at an archaic ossuary in western Iowa. Plains Anthropologist 23, 183-219. Arsuaga, J. L., Martínez, I., Gracia, A. and Lorenzo, C. 1997 The Sima de los Huesos crania (Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain). A comparative study. Journal of Human Evolution 33, 219-81. http://dx.doi.org/10.1006/jhev.1997.0133. Ash, M.M., 1987 Anatomía dental, fisiología y oclusión de Wheeler. D.F. México Nuevo Editorial Interamericana. B. Baena, J., García, B., Saavedra, J. L., Quintero, I. and Argüelles, A. 1973 Caravaca. Hoja y memoria. Madrid: Ministerio de Industria, Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Mapa geológico de España. Binford, L. R. 1989 Isolating the transition to cultural adaptations: an organizational approach. In E. Trinkaus (ed.) The emergence of modern humans: biocultural adaptations in the later ...
Knuckle-walking is a form of quadrupedal walking in which the forelimbs hold the fingers in a partially flexed posture that allows body weight to press down on the ground through the knuckles. In technical terms, knuckle-walking is locomotion with the manus (Latin for hand) distally flexed on contact with the substratum. Gorillas and chimpanzees use this style of locomotion as do anteaters and platypuses. Anthropologists once thought that the common ancestor of chimpanzees and humans engaged in knuckle-walking, and humans evolved upright walking from knuckle-walking: a view thought to be supported by reanalysis of overlooked features on hominid fossils. Since then, scientists discovered Ardipithecus ramidus, a human-like hominid descended from the common ancestor of chimpanzees and humans. Ar. ramidus engaged in upright walking, but not knuckle-walking. This leads scientists to conclude that chimpanzees evolved knuckle-walking after they split from humans 6 million years ago, and humans evolved ...
Su médico puede darle recomendaciones sobre su dieta. Esto es porque comer una dieta rica en calcio, vitamina D y proteínas puede ayudar en su recuperación. Su médico puede pedirle que no use ciertos medicamentos de venta libre para aliviar el dolor. Algunos de estos medicamentos retrasan la recuperación normal de los huesos. Si fuma, es posible que su médico le sugiera dejar de hacerlo. Fumar puede retrasar la recuperación de los huesos.. Su proveedor de atención médica le dirá por cuánto tiempo no podrá poner peso sobre el hueso afectado. La mayoría de los hematomas óseos sanan lentamente en unos dos a cuatro meses. Un hematoma óseo más grande puede tardar más en sanar. Quizás no pueda volver a sus actividades deportivas por algunas semanas o meses. Si sus síntomas no desaparecen, su proveedor de atención médica puede indicarle que se haga una resonancia magnética.. ...
Scientists said a fossilised skull discovered deep inside a Spanish cave shows telltale signs of homicide: two fractures inflicted by the same weapon. The skull, belonging to a primitive member of the Neanderthal lineage, was found in an apparent funerary site down a shaft in the appropriately bleak-sounding Sima de los Huesos, Spanish for
Lethal wounds identified on a human skull in the Sima de los Huesos, Spain, may indicate one of the first cases of murder in human history, some 430,000 years ago.
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We are conducting a randomized, controlled clinical trial in Soweto, South Africa to evaluate the efficacy of 0.5% chlorhexidine wipes of the birth canal during labour and of the infant at birth in reducing 1) vertical transmission of leading pathogenic bacteria from mother to child during labour and delivery, and 2) incidence of neonatal sepsis and maternal peripartum infection, in comparison to external genitalia sterile water wipes. In conjunction with this, we will compare vaginal carriage of bacteria commonly associated with neonatal sepsis and maternal peripartum infection among HIV-infected and non-infected pregnant women who deliver at the only public hospital in Soweto, and will characterize the burden of disease and risk factors for maternal peripartum infection and serious neonatal infections in this population by conducting active prospective surveillance ...
We are conducting a randomized, controlled clinical trial in Soweto, South Africa to evaluate the efficacy of 0.5% chlorhexidine wipes of the birth canal during labour and of the infant at birth in reducing 1) vertical transmission of leading pathogenic bacteria from mother to child during labour and delivery, and 2) incidence of neonatal sepsis and maternal peripartum infection, in comparison to external genitalia sterile water wipes. In conjunction with this, we will compare vaginal carriage of bacteria commonly associated with neonatal sepsis and maternal peripartum infection among HIV-infected and non-infected pregnant women who deliver at the only public hospital in Soweto, and will characterize the burden of disease and risk factors for maternal peripartum infection and serious neonatal infections in this population by conducting active prospective surveillance ...
New York State. Department of Health. Circumcision Protocol Regarding the Prevention of Neonatal Herpes Transmission. I. Since congregants may have heard about the issue pertaining to metzizah bpeh and circumcision, Rabbis should actively inform members of their congregations about this issue on an ongoing basis. The following information will need to be provided.. 1. Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) is known to cause rare, but very severe infections in newborns. 2. HSV is also known to spread to newborns during delivery by actively infected mothers. 3. Any pregnant women with a history of, or signs or symptoms suggestive of, herpes lesions around the birth canal, must inform their obstetricians of this fact. It is standard of care at present for infants to be delivered surgically by caesarean section from mothers suspected of having an active HSV infection around her birth canal. 4. While 23% of American women are chronically infected with HSV-2, most adults (~70%) are chronically infected with the ...
Babies go toward the birth canal shortly before birth, which should be around a womans due date, according to Womens Health. Its hard to say exactly when this will take place, but there are some...
View Notes - From the Ovaries from PT 101 at Texas State. - Relaxin PP Pelvis and cervix Prepares the birth canal and cervix dilation - Inhibin P Anterior pituitary Inhibits release of FSH
[...] was the case recently, but unlike some ghostly visage of the Madonna in a coffee stain, this was a vision of our ancestral past in the form of one recently discovered prehistoric skull, dubbed Sahelanthropus tchadensis. With words like scientists hailed and startling find sprinkled into the news coverage, who couldnt help but think evolutionists had finally found their holy grail of missing links? In spite of the obvious national pride, Brigitte Senut of the Natural History of Paris sees Brunets skull as probably that of an ancient female gorilla and not the head of mans earliest ancestor. Whether it is tooth enamel, length of canines or the ability to walk upright, none of these factors makes this recent discovery any more our ancestral candidate than it does a modern-day Bonobo. According to Harvard anthropologist Dan Lieberman, missing links are pretty much myths. The prevailing evolutionary view of minute changes, over millions of years, is wholly inadequate for the explanation of
Pierre Paul Broca was a French physician, surgeon, anatomist, and anthropologist. He is best known for his research on Brocas area, a region of the frontal lobe that has been named after him. Brocas Area is involved with articulated language. His work revealed that the brains of patients suffering from aphasia contained lesions in a particular part of the cortex, in the left frontal region. This was the first anatomical proof of the localization of brain function. Brocas work also contributed to the development of physical anthropology, advancing the science of anthropometry.. Paul Broca was born on June 28, 1824, in Sainte-Foy-la-Grande, Bordeaux, France, the son of Benjamin Broca, a medical practitioner and former surgeon in Napoleons service. Brocas mother was the daughter of a Protestant preacher. Broca received basic education in his hometown school, earning a bachelors degree at the age of 16. He entered medical school in Paris when he was 17, and graduated at 20, when most of his ...
Anthropometry definition - Anthropometry (from Greek ἄνθρωπος anthropos , human, and μέτρον metron , measure) refers to the measurement of the human individual. An early tool of physical anthropology, it has been used for identification, for the purposes of understanding human physical variation, in paleoanthropology and
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YEARBOOK OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 49:2-48 (2006) Direct Dating of Human Fossils Rainer Grün* Research School of Earth Sciences, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra ACT 0200, Australia KEY WORDS 14C; U-series; ESR; Border Cave; Tabun; Skhul; Qafzeh; Vindija; Banyoles; Mungo ABSTRACT The methods that can be used for the direct dating of human remains comprise of radiocarbon, U-series, electron spin resonance (ESR), and amino acid racemization (AAR). This review gives an introduction to these methods in the context of dating human bones and teeth. Recent advances in ultrafiltration techniques have expanded the dating range of radiocarbon. It now seems feasible to reliably date bones up to 55,000 years. New developments in laser ablation mass spectrometry permit the in situ analysis of U-series isotopes, thus providing a rapid and virtually non-destructive dating method back to about 300,000 years. This is of particular importance when used ...
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 130:135-141 (2006) Effect of Ethnicity and Sex on the Growth of the Axial and Appendicular Skeleton of Children Living in a Developing Country Lukhanyo H. Nyati,1* Shane A. Norris,1 Noel Cameron,2 and John M. Pettifor1 1 Medical Research Council Mineral Metabolism Research Unit, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa 2 Department of Human Biology, University of Loughborough, Loughborough, United Kingdom KEY WORDS body proportions; DXA; South Africa; anthropometry; site-specific bone mass ABSTRACT Bones in the axial and appendicular skeletons exhibit heterogeneous growth patterns between different ethnic and sex groups. However, the influence of this differential growth on the expression of bone mineral content is not yet established. The aims of the present study were to investigate: 1) whether there are ethnic and sex differences in axial and appendicular dimensions of South African ...
Principal Investigator:MacIntosh Andrew, Project Period (FY):2016-04-01 - 2020-03-31, Research Category:Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (A), Research Field:Physical anthropology
The physical anthropology community has shown that male skin is darker than female skin (e.g. the work of Peter Frost). I have shown that while male skin is darker than female skin, male eyes and lips are not much darker than female eyes and lips. The result is greater contrast in female faces between the eyes, mouth and the rest of the face. People use this sex difference in facial contrast to decide the sex of a face and how masculine or feminine it is. Manipulating this facial contrast has opposite effects on male and female attractiveness. Interestingly, cosmetics exaggerate this sex difference, which suggests that cosmetics are used to manipulate sex differences to make the female face more feminine, and hence attractive. Recent work in my lab has shown that aspects of facial contrast also decrease with age. ...
Vedení studentnských prací (BP, DP a dizertace) z retrospektivní a forenzní antropologie (Bordeaux, Praha, Plzeň).. Publikační činnost:. Rmoutilová, R., Guyomarch, P., Velemínský, P., Šefčáková, A., Samsel, M., Santos, F., Maureille, B., & Brůžek, J. (2018). Virtual reconstruction of the Upper Palaeolithic skull from Zlatý Kůň, Czech Republic: Sex assessment and morphological affinity. PloS one, 13(8), e0201431.. Lacoste Jeanson, A., Santos, F., Villa, C., Banner, J., & Brůžek, J. (2018). Architecture of the femoral and tibial diaphyses in relation to body mass and composition: Research from whole‐body CT scans of adult humans. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, doi: 10.1002/ajpa.23713. Kotěrová, A., Velemínská, J., Cunha, E., & Brůžek, J. (2018). A validation study of the Stoyanova et al. method (2017) for age-at-death estimation quantifying the 3D pubic symphyseal surface of adult males of European populations. International Journal of Legal Medicine, ...
Smith, T; Burrows, A; Dumont, E; and Bonar, C, "Gross, histological, and CT scan investigation of the maxillary-premaxillary suture and upper incisors in primates." (2002). AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 169 ...
Rapoff AJ, Johnson WM, Venkataraman S. Transverse plane shear test fixture for total knee systems. Experimental Techniques 27 (3): 37-39 May-Jun 2003.. Rapoff AJ, Johnson WM, Handel J, Woo R. Interbody allograft in a skeletally immature spine model. European Spine Journal 12 (3): 307-313 Jun 2003.. Rapoff AJ, Conrad BP, Johnson WM, Cordista A, Rechtine GR. Load sharing in Premier and Zephir anterior cervical plates. Spine 28 (24): 2648-2650 Dec 15 2003 (invited paper in Cervical Spine Research Society Specialty Issue). Rapoff AJ, Rinaldi RG, Johnson WM, Venkataraman S, Daegling D. Heterogeneous anisotropic elastic properties in a Macaca fascicularis mandible. American Journal of Physical Anthropology : 174-175 Suppl. 36 2003. Agazzi S, van Loveren H, Papangelou C, Yantzer BK, Trahan C, Johnson WM. Cervical interbody implant testing in the caprine model: a surgical and morphometrical rationale for choice of an appropriate level. Neurosurgery (in press). Johnson WM, Rapoff AJ. Microindentation in ...
Danas Sicilian mother made sure she was prepared for an unfortunate event that might await her. She always wore clean underwear in case she was hit by a bus, carried red ribbons in her pockets to ward off evil spirits, had fresh onions on hand to shove in her socks in the event of a fever, and knew that placing a hat on a bed or forgetting to kiss moldy bread before throwing it away were recipes for disaster. But, the day a dead mans hand wound up in Danas mouth was the day she realized that in forensics, anything can happen-red ribbons or not! Sit back and laugh as Dana Kollmann talks about the unique way that she wound up in the field of forensics and the rather bizarre situations she encountered as she melded her interests in archaeology, physical anthropology, and crime scene investigations ...
Dr. Yohannes Haile-Selassie is the Curator and Head of Physical Anthropology at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History is a former Post-Ph.D.
USELESSNESS OF EFFORT -- Another birth insight is why my motto has always been: "You Cant Fight City Hall. During my difficult birth, I concluded that there was nothing I could do to help myself get born. I decided that the way to survive was to go along with what life brings me. As much as I strained and tried to get out and get born, I just continued to get battered in the birth canal. Every effort to stop the painful compression I was receiving was useless. There was nothing I could do to help my birth process along. So the futility in the birth canal gave me a life maxim and belief that the way to come through is to accept whatever life dishes out to me. That is the way to survive in the present since that was the way to survive the first time. Effort in the birth canal had been useless and any effort in life would not be more successful. Therefore, I should just roll with the punches and move with lifes tides. Of all my birth primal insights this is the only one which revealed itself to ...
El sarcoma de Ewing es un tumor canceroso que se desarrolla en los huesos o tejidos blandos cercanos a los huesos y que suele afectar a los adolescentes. Con un diagnóstico precoz y el tratamiento apropiado, muchos de los niños que pueden padecerlo tienen buenas probabilidades de recuperación.
Eugenio Giorgianni is an anthropologist and filmmaker. His doctoral research at Royal Holloway, University of London examines the international circulation of Congolese music. He has previously conducted visual anthropological research on music, migration and urban spaces in Melilla and Granada (Spain), Goma (Democratic Republic of the Congo), Palermo (Italy) and Manchester (UK).. @eugeniogiorgia1. ...
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Leucemia - Tratamiento y Cura Es un cáncer que comienza dentro de la médula ósea, el tejido blando en el interior de los huesos que ayuda a formar las células sanguíneas. El cáncer crece a partir...
Los problemas del aprendizaje encuentran interfaces en diversas áreas como lo es el espacio escolar. Este estudio investigó la literatura existente sobre el tema de los ambientes restauradores y la teoría de la restauración de la atención, en relación al ambiente escolar. No hay estudios sobre estas problemáticas en los ambientes escolares de América del Sur. El método empleado en este trabajo fue una revisión sistemática de la literatura, en el idioma inglés, para luego analizar los estudios aplicados y los resultados ya obtenidos. Los resultados presentan una gama de investigaciones que identifican los beneficios de los espacios verdes para la restauración de la atención de los estudiantes. Desde esta perspectiva, fue posible determinar la importancia de la exposición a ambientes naturales para favorecer el desempeño estudiantil de las futuras poblaciones académicas, así como también resaltar la importancia de desarrollar estudios en esta área, considerando los efectos ...
Resultados. La edad promedio fue de 44,6±13,9 años; 63,9 % de los participantes fueron mujeres. El 17,1 % de los pacientes recibía monoterapia. El orden de prescripción de los medicamentos fue: adalimumab (37,3 %), infliximab (37,3 %) y etanercept (25,4 %), todos a dosis diarias definidas adecuadas. La medicación concomitante más frecuente fue: antirreumáticos modificadores de enfermedad (82,9 %), AINE (29,1 %), omeprazol (22,5 %), antihipertensivos (21,2 %) y ácido fólico (19,9 %). El 10,4 % de los pacientes tenía registro de alguna reacción adversa a los medicamentos. El costo promedio del tratamiento por paciente y año, fue de $23.464 dólares ...
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Because an infants head is usually the first part through the birth canal, it can be affected by the delivery process. A newborns skull is made of several separate bones (which will eventually fuse together) to allow the large head to be squeezed through the narrow birth canal without injury to mother or baby.. The heads of infants born by vaginal delivery often show some degree of molding, which is when the skull bones shift and overlap, making the top of the head look elongated, stretched out, or even pointed at birth. This sometimes bizarre appearance will go away over the next several days as the skull bones move into a more rounded configuration. The heads of babies born by cesarean section or breech (buttocks or feet first) delivery usually dont show molding.. Because of the separation of your newborns skull bones, youll be able to feel (go ahead, you wont harm anything) two fontanels, or soft spots, on the top of the head. The larger one, located toward the front of the head, is ...
What is a cesarean section? A cesarean section, also called a C-section, is an operation done to deliver your baby through your abdomen (belly). It may be done when delivery through the birth canal (vagina) is not possible or safe for you or the baby. The cuts made in the abdomen and the uterus to deliver the baby are usually horizontal, or across. This allows the muscles in the uterus to safely stretch for future childbirth. Many women are able to deliver the next baby through the birth canal. Sometimes the cut in the abdomen may be vertical, or from below the belly button down to just above the pubic bone.. A C-section may be performed before labor begins if there are medical reasons for not having labor or a vaginal delivery, including:. ...
A downside of the evolution of efficient bipedalism in humans is that it resulted in changes in the pelvis which unfortunately included a narrower birth canal in females. As a consequence, giving birth is a more difficult and riskier process for us than for most other mammal species. During delivery, human babies must partially rotate laterally twice during their passage through the oval birth canal in order for their comparatively large heads and then their broad shoulders to make it through. This is usually a long, tiring, and painful process for the mother as well as a risky one for her baby. Because of this, human mothers generally seek help from a midwife for the delivery. Other primates give birth without assistance. A partial evolutionary solution to this birth difficulty for humans was fetuses being born at a less mature stage, when their bodies are smaller. The trade off is that human newborn babies are more vulnerable ...
Russell Pearce and others believe that the 14th amendment was not intended to provide citizenship to the children of undocumented immigrants. But no matter how objectionable their reasons, I tend to suspect that if the authors of the Citizenship Clause could have foreseen the issue of large amounts of unauthorized people coming from south of the border, they might very well have taken a different position. Indeed, Senator Edgar Cowan of Pennsylvania objected to the Citizenship Clause. He stated, "[I]s it proposed that the people of California are to remain quiescent while they are overrun by a flood of immigration of the Mongol race [sic]? Are they to be immigrated [sic] out of house and home by Chinese?"[39] Fortunately he was outnumbered. At the time, in 1868 there was hardly the concept of an "illegal alien" and no numerical limitations on immigration. People did not have to obtain a visa to enter the U.S.-they would simply show up and be inspected and hardly anyone would be turned away. ...
Is the water sac/bag broken? I.e. has there been a rush of yellow-orange fluid from the vulva and is there a visible water filled bag in sight? - Once the water bag has broken it is important to make good progress. Firstly because as time goes on, the water is leaving the birth canal and so is decreasing the amount of lubrication available. Secondly, the calfs intrinsic reaction to take its first breath is triggered soon after the water bag is broken. If the calf has tried to begin breathing, you will see a frothy appearance of the mouth and nostrils. Premature breathing can lead to suffocation within the birth canal ...
Tomar antibióticos para los resfriados y para otras enfermedades de origen viral no solo no sirve para nada, sino que, además, puede tener peligrosos efectos secundarios. Con el tiempo, esta práctica puede facilitar el desarrollo de bacterias resistentes. El uso frecuente e inadecuado de los antibióticos puede hacer cambiar a las bacterias u otros microbios, de tal modo que los antibióticos dejan de ser útiles para luchar contra ellos. Esto recibe el nombre de "resistencia bacteriana" o de "resistencia a los antibióticos". Para combatir estas bacterias resistentes se necesitan dosis más altas de medicamentos o antibióticos más fuertes. Debido al abuso de los antibióticos, algunas bacterias se han vuelto resistentes incluso a los antibióticos más potentes que existen en la actualidad. La resistencia a los antibióticos es un problema muy extendido, y los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades de EE. UU. (CDC por sus siglas en ingles) lo han descrito como "uno de los ...
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Atapuerca: Site of several limestone caves near Burgos in northern Spain, known for the abundant human (genus Homo) remains discovered there beginning in 1976. The site called Sima del Elefante...
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Las glándulas paratiroides del cuello ayudan a controlar el uso y la eliminación del calcio por parte del cuerpo. Esto lo hacen produciendo hormona paratiroidea (o PTH), la cual ayuda a controlar los niveles de calcio, fósforo y vitamina D dentro de la sangre y los huesos.. Los adenomas paratiroideos pueden deberse a un problema genético y son la causa más común de hiperparatiroidismo (glándulas paratiroides hiperactivas), lo que lleva al aumento de los niveles de calcio en la sangre.. Las mujeres mayores de 60 años tienen el mayor riesgo de presentar esta afección. La radiación en la cabeza o el cuello también aumentan el riesgo. ...
Una trágica y desgarradora historia de jugadores de baloncesto a cargo del creador de Slam Dunk! La trama se centra en tres personajes, cada uno ligado profundamente al deporte y cada uno inmerso en un mundo completamente diferente que se conecta en alguna forma con el de los otros dos. Por un lado tenemos a Tomomi Nomiya, un macarra que ha perdido la oportunidad de jugar al baloncesto tras ser expulsado de su instituto. Por otro esta Kiyoharu Togawa, un atleta que queda confinado en una silla de ruedas al padecer una rara enfermedad en los huesos. Y finalmente tenemos a Hisanobu Takasahi, arrogante estudiante que ahora tiene el puesto de capitán del equipo del instituto de que Tomomi fuera expulsado.. ...
La Dra. Vanessa Ruiz Magaz nos comenta la siguiente noticia acerca de la Salud dental de los bebés:. La salud dental de nuestros bebés debe tenerse en cuenta desde edades muy tempranas para asegurar que los dientes erupcionen y se mantengan en condiciones óptimas de salud. En relación al embarazo es importante que la madre evite el consumo de alcohol y tabaco y siga una dieta equilibrada.. Es conocido que la lactancia materna ayuda a fortalecer el sistema inmunitario de los pequeños y con ello aumentan sus defensas frente a infecciones. La higiene oral debe empezar antes de que erupcionen los dientes. Debe realizarse con una gasa de algodón humedecida y frotando suavemente las encías. Cuando los dientes erupcionan deben limpiarse con un cepillo ayudado por los padres o cuidadores del bebé. A medida que el niño vaya creciendo se puede incorporar pasta dentífrica fluorada pero la higiene oral debe ser siempre supervisada por sus padres.. Una higiene oral óptima en la dentición temporal ...
La "Colección Malacológica Dr. Antonio García-Cubas" (COMA) actualmente está integrada aproximadamente por 31,024 ejemplares de 5 clases de moluscos. En la COMA existen alrededor de 3,000 ejemplares de bivalvos y gasterópodos en la sección húmeda que aún no se han procesado adecuadamente para su ingreso tanto a la COMA como a su Base de datos. Gracias a la anatomía de los moluscos, es posible conservarlos de dos maneras, la concha en seco y la parte blanda del animal en húmedo. Es importante que una colección Malacológica contenga ejemplares con las dos formas de conservación para contar con información taxonómica, ecológica y molecular más completa. De ahí el interés por la curación, reposición de datos de recolección, actualización sistemática y computarización de una base de datos de los bivalvos y gasterópodos de la sección húmeda de la COMA. Los ejemplares contenidos en la COMA son, en su mayoría, producto de recolecciones de científicos mexicanos realizadas ...
El tratamiento de las lesiones meniscales ha evolucionado en las últimas décadas, debido a múltiples estudios que han puesto de relieve las importantes funciones de los meniscos y las consecuencias negativas de su extirpación a medio y largo plazo. Dada la limitada capacidad de regeneración del tejido meniscal, hasta hace unos años se disponía de pocas opciones para el tratamiento del dolor persistente y la consiguiente degeneración articular precoz que presentaban los pacientes sometidos a una meniscectomía. El trasplante meniscal alogénico se inició en la década de los 80 para intentar resolver esta cuestión y ha obtenido buenos resultados a medio plazo. Pese a estos resultados positivos, la capacidad de estos injertos para prevenir la degeneración artrósica se encuentra aún por demostrar. Pese a que en los últimos años el trasplante meniscal se ha extendido ampliamente, y debido en parte a la gran heterogeneidad de las series publicadas, aún existe cierta controversia ...
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Las suturas permiten que los huesos se muevan durante el proceso del nacimiento (parto). Actúan como una articulación de expansión y permiten que el hueso se agrande de manera uniforme a medida que el cerebro crece y el cráneo se expande, de este modo, la cabeza adopta una forma simétrica. Sin embargo, si alguna de las suturas se cierra demasiado pronto (fusión prematura), es posible que no haya crecimiento en esa área. Esto puede forzar el crecimiento en otra área o dirección, y de este modo, la cabeza adopta una forma anormal.. ...
Día a día la extraordinaria y fresca belleza de la joven se fue marchitando; pálida y desmejorada, no podía probar ningún alimento sin que lo devolviera en medio de sangre y coágulos negros que salían de sus entrañas. El cuerpo que una vez gozara de esplendida forma se fue tornando en una triste visión cadavérica con la piel pegada a los huesos y ojos hundidos en profundas y negras ojeras, el rubio y abundante cabello se fue cayendo a puños lentamente hasta quedar con algunos pelambres que sobresalían de una cabeza llena de costras resecas, fiebres y vómitos atormentaron a la pobre joven sin descanso ...
Las fracturas de escafoides son las más frecuentes de todos los huesos del carpo suponiendo un 60-70% del total. La mayoría de ellas se localizan a nivel de la ...
Kevin Durant y Kyrie Irving se presentaron con la vestimenta de color negro de los Nets de Brooklyn. Anthony Davis lució el uniforme dorado de los Lakers de Los Ángeles. Russell Westbrook exhibió el rojo de los Rockets de Houston por primera vez.. Nueva temporada, nueva imagen.. Los cinco primeros días de prensa del nuevo año de la NBA se realizaron el viernes, con los Lakers, Nets, Rockets, Pacers de Indiana y Kings de Sacramento frente a los medios previo a su primer día de entrenamiento. Y en Miami, donde el día de prensa será el lunes, Jimmy Butler dio sus primeras entrevistas con su nueva camiseta del Heat - una que en el pasado prometió nunca ponerse.. Evidentemente, el día 1 de la pretemporada no fue exigente para los astros de la NBA.. "Queremos tener la capacidad de competir todas las noches y claro que sabemos cuál es el objetivo a largo plazo", dijo el tres veces campeón de la NBA, LeBron James, durante la jornada de prensa de los Lakers. "Aunque lo importante es este ...
Análisis de los recursos destinados a I+D+i (Política de Gasto 46) contenidos en los Presupuestos Generales del Estado aprobados para el año 2018.. La presente edición del análisis de los presupuestos de I+D+i conjuga una continuidad con el núcleo de los análisis que se han venido haciendo en las pasadas ediciones con algunas novedades que tratan de ofrecer una visión renovada del mismo. La continuidad se basa en mantener como fuente insustituible del análisis el rigor de los propios datos de los presupuestos. Pero, junto a la continuidad imprescindible, se incluyen tres novedades significativas.. ...
Análisis de los recursos destinados a I+D+i (Política de Gasto 46) contenidos en los Presupuestos Generales del Estado aprobados para el año 2018.. La presente edición del análisis de los presupuestos de I+D+i conjuga una continuidad con el núcleo de los análisis que se han venido haciendo en las pasadas ediciones con algunas novedades que tratan de ofrecer una visión renovada del mismo. La continuidad se basa en mantener como fuente insustituible del análisis el rigor de los propios datos de los presupuestos. Pero, junto a la continuidad imprescindible, se incluyen tres novedades significativas.. ...
Does it matter? Do you think wed have millions more of dead fetuses if the tax payer covered it, or fewer if we didnt? Even though the life expectancy of women is reduced by abortion, even though every modern society that has gone this route now has a birth rate below replacement recovery (aided by oppressive taxes) foretelling the death of that culture or ethnic group or race, it is the law of the land, and legal. I think bringing up this issue is a red flag for the pro-lifers, to get their support to defeat his socialization of the health care system. Although the point at which people approve of aborting a live baby is a moving target (first trimester, second trimester, "viability" whatever that is, or anytime, and Ive even seen one of the Obama supporter/advisers who says up to two years old after birth--forgotten which one). The "death panel" issue gets the attention; those people have made it through the birth canal, finished school and careers and can vote. Life for the weak, disabled, ...
Dear Gracyn, You are a mover and a shaker...Mommys belly is all over the place! Pretty neat to watch and feel! During this week, you will turn 33w3d in utero and Mommy turns 23 yrs. old on Aug. 9th! A double blessing for this grandma! This week, I am guessing you are 5 to 5 1/2 lbs. and possibly around 17 inches long. You are rapidly losing that wrinkled, alien look and your skeleton is hardening. The bones in your skull arent fused together, which allows them to move and slightly overlap, thus making it easier for you to fit through the birth canal. (The pressure on the head during birth is so intense that many babies are born with a conehead-like appearance.) These bones dont entirely fuse until early adulthood, so they can grow as your brain and other tissue expands during infancy and childhood. Speaking of the birthing process, Mommy has been having several braxton hicks contractions on a daily basis, but so far she can breath and talk through them. Some become timeable but then fizzle ...
oes not yet have established colonies of bacteria or other microbes on the skin, lungs, or intestines. When he passes through the mothers birth canal, he begins to acquire bacteria and other microbes from his mother and the outside world, and his gut begins a harmonious and beneficial relationship with more than a thousand strains of symbiotic bacteria. The modern Western lifestyle (what we eat, how we live, the choices we make) is one of the most important factors influencing our microbiome and may be responsible for inflammation leading to chronic diseases. Here are some of the primary ways that we acquire our microbiome:. Our mamas: delivery and beyond. Initial inoculums of microbiota from the mother occur during birth and our bodies begin a harmonious and beneficial relationship with more than a thousand strains of good bacteria. In a vaginal delivery, the microbiome develops species similar to the mothers vagina and gut. In a cesarean section, the microbiome develops predominant species ...
What is your earliest memory? One of my nieces claims she remembers the trauma of being born and squeezing out her mothers birth canal. Hard to top that. Ive settled on age 3 when I had my earliest memory. I had measles, felt like hell, and Mama Bore was rocking me in a red vinyl chair in the dining room. I had a pencil in my right hand and was poking holes in the vinyl. Why that stands out in my mind is beyond me, but she has confirmed it. Its so insignificant. I also have other early memories of throwing up at Christmastime and losing my two front, lower teeth, at age five, by biting my fathers hand. I recall crying at kindergarten class after a boy pulled my hair and then sitting in the large lap of the teacher, Auntie Hazel, with another cry baby, who is now the president of one of the banks back home. My memory becomes much more vivid and positive in nature when I was in first grade, which I loved a lot more than the three days I lasted in kindergarten. I sat at a table between two ...
Infants Blend For Infants & Toddlers 0 5 years 7 infant & toddler-specific bacterial strains at an appropriate strength, designed specifically to reflect healthy infant microflora. - Provides B. infantis, the most important micro-organism in the large intestine of babies & toddlers. - Facilitates healthy weight gain in infants. - Powder format has been designed to be added to formula, water or other liquid after it has been heated. 1 billion viable/active cells The bifidobacteria, including B. infantis, B. bifidum and B. breve, should represent the largest population of beneficial bacteria in babies, whose immune defences are not yet fully working. Babies pick up these friendly bacteria from their mothers during their passage through a clean and healthy birth canal. Studies show that B. infantis was found in approximately 60% of full-term newborns who were born vaginally and only 9% of babies born by caesarean section. Formula fed babies also have significant differences from
During the last few weeks of pregnancy, your body is changing and getting ready for labor. Labor is a series of continuous, progressive contractions of the uterus that help the cervix to open (dilate) and to thin (efface), allowing your unborn baby to move through the birth canal. Labor usually starts two weeks before or after the estimated date of delivery. However, no one knows exactly what triggers the onset of labor.. The signs of labor vary from woman to woman. During the weeks just prior to birth, you may notice some subtle signs such as nesting, lightening, or loss of your mucus plug.. ...
During the last few weeks of pregnancy, your body is changing and getting ready for labor. Labor is a series of continuous, progressive contractions of the uterus that help the cervix to open (dilate) and to thin (efface), allowing your unborn baby to move through the birth canal. Labor usually starts two weeks before or after the estimated date of delivery. However, no one knows exactly what triggers the onset of labor.. The signs of labor vary from woman to woman. During the weeks just prior to birth, you may notice some subtle signs such as nesting, lightening, or loss of your mucus plug.. ...
B.G. My wife often asks me if all the paleo/primal community is made up of men. Ill definitely tune her in to your blog! Since my journey of going primal has affected my wifes diet as well, shes lost all of the baby weight she put on after having our second child a year ago. Shes back into clothes she could only wear 5 years ago, before her first pregnancy. A friend of ours had her third child a few weeks ago, and for the last 3-4 months of her pregnancy she went low-carb primal. Saw her at a Halloween party on Saturday and she doesnt even look like she had been pregnant! But there she was, pushing her newborn around in the stroller. Her milk supply is much better than with the first two kids and the baby is such a great eater. Also, unlike the first two deliveries, the third one went so quickly and smoothly that the babys head is still round (like that of a c-section baby) cause it spent so little time in the birth canal. Both she and her husband personally thanked me for all the primal ...
You know, you actually made a beautiful analogy perhaps without realizing it. If you eat sushi or any of those other nasty raw fishy things, then you are opening yourself up to a parasite. A parasite as defined by the CDC web site is: "an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. Parasites can cause disease in humans. Some parasitic diseases are easily treated and some are not. The burden of these diseases often rests on communities in the tropics and subtropics, but parasitic infections also affect people in developed countries." Unprotected sex or sex without the use of contraception may result in a pregnancy. A child depends on its hosts, I mean parents, for food, shelter, and other expenses from the time they exit the birth canal until they exit the front door for good. Children also bring home a variety of illnesses, causing the host, parents, to get sick. How many times has a child infected a parent with a cold or flu carried home from school ...
Lets look out how are nervous systems work. As humans, were born 18-24 years prematurely. Its Natures trade-off that in order for us to have fully-developed big brains AND come through the birth canal in one piece (for both mom and baby), we have to have a period of growth, called childhood. In this time, were developing our nervous systems-our ability to refine our muscle coordination, control our bodily functions, self-soothe our emotions, and learn all sorts of tasks.. Under best circumstances, our first line of defense is always our Social Engagement System. We are designed such that, when we cry, our primary caregivers are responsive and we learn to soothe through them soothing us first. This doesnt mean theyre perfect, but theres repair when things go wrong, giving us a trust that our needs will be met. If theres a dangerous situation, our nervous systems kick in with the second line of defense, which are mobile defenses-fight or flight. If we resolve the danger by either fleeing ...
My horomones are weird. I am currently 28 years old, but I had started birth control back when I was 17 to help regulate my cycles and it helped with the severe menstral pain I would suffer through. I was only on it for maybe 6 months, then stopped since I really didnt have a need for it. I started it up again when I was about 20. I wasnt sexually active until I was 21, with my now husband, and for the first several months it just painful. I saw my GYN about it and he stated that my birth canal was as smooth as the back of his hand, that it was suppose to be riveted. He explained that I needed more estrogen and that since my canal was like that, intercourse was causing friction which was in essence sort of tearing me up a bit. I was put on estrodial cream at the age of 21 and was flabbergasted. Now my doctor at the time wasnt the best at communicating information, but what I understood was that the birthcontrol was causing my estrogen to sort of shut down. Not sure if that is correct and if ...
Typically, if a patient comes into the emergency room in labor and you dont know if she carries GBS, you have to treat her with antibiotics," said Jonathan Faro, M.D., PhD., chief resident in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston, part of UTHealth. "Everyone is concerned that the overuse of antibiotics is leading to greater resistance to them. A more rapid test could transform this practice, allowing us to cut down on the indiscriminate use of antibiotics, which saves money and avoids any potential adverse reactions that patients may have to them.". According to the Centers for Disease Control, GBS is the most common cause of sepsis (blood infection) and meningitis and a frequent cause of pneumonia in newborns. The CDC estimates the bacterium, which is passed from mother to child through the birth canal, is carried by 25 to 30 percent of women at any one time. Because GBS has few symptoms, many women do not know ...
Labor. Onset triggered by unknown factorsHormone Oxytocin released from pituitaryPreceded by Braxton-Hicks contractionsThree stages1st ? longest (16-24 hr), contractions 8-10 min apart last for 30seconds2nd ? head moves through birth canal, lasts 90 min.3rd ? umbilical cord and placenta expell Slideshow 425872 by nituna
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INTRODUCTION. Forensic anthropology is a relatively new scientific discipline, born at the intersection of physical anthropology and forensic medicine. It is usually defined as the application of physical anthropology methodology and techniques within the medico-legal context.1 Although considerable advances have been made within the discipline in recent years, numerous challenges still face its practitioners. The roots of forensic anthropology can be traced to research in the late 19th century, such as Alphonse Bertillones anthropometric system for human identification and the dubious discipline of criminal anthropology.2 Much closer to modern practices are several pioneering studies for identifying human remains carried out by anatomists and anthropologists such as Thomas Dwight and Harris Hawthorne Wilder.2 The rise and development of the discipline was strongly accelerated with the publication of Wolton M. Krogmans 1939 Guide to the Identification of Human Skeletal Material3 and by ...
Acknowledgments xii. Introduction 1. Improving Global Health: The Challenge 3. Biomedicine as Technology 4. Does Culture Exist? 6. A Word about Ethnography 9. Outline of Chapters 11. Part I: Technologies and Bodies in Context 15. 1 Biomedical Technologies in Practice 17. Technological Mastery of the Natural World and Human Development 19. Technology and Boundary Crossings 20. Biomedicine as Technology: Some Implications 22. Technologies of Bodily Governance 24. Technologies of the Self 27. The Power of Biological Reductionism 29. Techno/Biologicals 30. 2 The Normal Body 32. Cholera in the 19th Century 33. Representing the Natural Order 35. Truth to Nature 35. The Natural Body 37. A Numerical Approach 38. Other Natures 39. Interpreting the Body 42. How Normal Became Possible 43. When Normal Does Not Exist 46. Problems with Assessing Normal 47. Pathologizing the "Normal" 50. Limitations to Biomedical "Objectivity" 53. Better Than Well? 54. 3 Anthropologies of Medicine 57. The Body Social ...
Research Interest: Physical Anthropology, Human Osteology, Stature Estimation, Paleopathology, Forensic Anthropology, Bone Trauma, Bone Biomechanics.. PhD Research:. PhD Research: My current enthusiasm is linked to bone trauma analysis which was sparked by the research conducted for my masters dissertation on blunt force trauma analysis and the reconstruction of the circumstances of death from human skeletal remains. While working on this topic I came to acknowledge that several issues related to bone trauma analysis are still not properly clarified in the literature. In a forensic investigation, there are still considerable limitations in the assessment of the manner of death from human skeletal remains analysis, namely in distinguishing an accidental from a suicidal or homicidal fall ...
Of particular note, a fracture of the hyoid bone is the main osteological consequence of death by strangulation, which is caused by hanging, ligature, or manual strangulation.A great selection of free anthropology dissertation topics and ideas to help you write the perfect dissertation.Choose a topic you like the most to start writing your project.The type and patterning of a fracture can help establish the sequence of damage to skeletal material.NIJ funds research and development to improve how law enforcement.The work of the physical anthropologists called on by the United States Army during World War II for the identification of skeletal remains for repatriation led to the establishment of the Central Identification Laboratory (CIL) at the Hickman Air Force Base in Hawaii in 1947.. If there is more than one left femur, other limb bones, or skulls, then this is a general indication of collocation (arrangement) of more than one human skeleton, or commingling.Nafte (2000) asserted that ...
This study will comparatively research the influence that Christianity and mission activities have had on local societies in areas that have been leading objects of study for anthropologists, and what problems anthropologists have engendered as a result, comparatively examining specific examples from various regions. Since Christianization, Westernization and civilization have often been considered as more or less synonymous, they have had a decisive impact in many respects. Our final objectives will be to shed light on these present conditions and historical processes, as well as the anthropological significance of Christianity and the missions.. ...
The ethnography of local Christianities in the light of differing cultural and social situations including colonial conditions. The relationship between Christianity and the discipline of anthropology. The course examines a number of anthropological and historical studies of local forms of Christianity, from a range including local forms of Catholicism, Mormonism, contemporary and historical Protestantisms including American Protestant forms and heretical and other unorthodox Christianities. The course asks why anthropologists shied away from analysing Christianity long after studies of other world religions, such as Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism, had become widely established. It looks at the relationship between Christianity and the history of anthropological thought, and locates the place of Christianity in the writings of Mauss, Durkheim, Foucault and others, in order to defamiliarise the religion which Europeans and Americans especially often take for granted. Issues examined may include ...
The killer immunoglobulin-like receptor (KIR) anthropology component of the 15th International Histocompatibility Workshop (IHIWS) sought to explore worldwide population variation in the KIR loci, and to examine the relationship between KIR genes and their human leukocyte antigen (HLA) ligands. Fifteen laboratories submitted KIR genotype and HLA ligand data in 27 populations from six broad ethnic groups. Data were analyzed for correlations between the frequencies of KIR and their known HLA ligands. In addition, allelic typing was performed for KIR2DL2 and 3DL1 in a subset of populations. Strong and significant correlations were observed between KIR2DL2, 2DL3 genotype frequencies and the frequency of their ligand, HLA-C1. In contrast, only weak associations were seen for 3DL1, 3DS1 and the HLA-Bw4 ligand. Although some aspects of the correlations observed here differ from those reported in other populations, these data provide additional evidence of linked evolutionary histories for some KIR and HLA loci
Whether you are 15 years old or 52, crime drama can be appealing. It puts some people on the edge of their seat, asking "Who did it?" However, crime scene investigations are not limited just to the worlds of "CSI" and "Law and Order," as Ohio State has its very own team investigating working with crime scene investigations.. The Forensic Anthropology Case Team was founded in 2004 by Sam Stout, an anthropologist and professor at OSU. FACT partners with law enforcement to investigate and solve murders in Ohio, its most recent case being the ongoing Innis Park murders.. FACT is comprised of OSU faculty, as well as undergraduate, graduate and doctorate students whose primary area of study is anthropology. Alexis Dzubak, a doctorate student and team leader of FACT, explained that while building a relationship with law enforcement is not a static process, it has been very close with the city of Columbus and specifically its cold case unit for quite some time.. "Thats the nature of the game - its the ...

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Forensic Anthropology William M. Bass, Ph. D. Professor Emeritus Anthropology Department University of Tennessee. Forensic ... T. Dale Stewart "Essentials of Forensic Anthropology" (1975) "that branch of physical anthropology which, for forensic purposes ... Forensic Anthropology. Forensic Anthropology William M. Bass, Ph. D. Professor Emeritus Anthropology Department University of ... Anthropology *That field of science that studies man from his earliest beginnings on the earth (about 5 million years ago) to ...
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of Physical Education. PE Alumni Newsletter (1972-1978). Folder 34: Dept. of Physics. Graduate Study and Research (1961-undated ... of Sociology, Anthropology, & Social Work. Newsletter (1987-undated). Folder 44: Dept. of Speech. Debate Deliberate Communicate ... Physical Activity Letter (2008-2011). Folder 27: Dept. of Landscape Architecture/Regional & Community Planning. K-Statement ( ... of Sociology, Anthropology, & Social Work. American Ethnic Studies News and Announcements (1993-1997). Folder 43: Dept. ...
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The Physical Anthropology of Southern Nigeria A Biometric Study in Statistical Method. Amaury Talbot, P. Mulhall, H. Published ... Receive email alerts on new books, offers and news in Physical anthropology. ... The Arizona State University Dental Anthropology System. Scott, G. Richard Irish, Joel D. Published: March 2017Published: March ...
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... Instructor: Katrina Worley, M.A.. ANTH 300 Physical Anthropology 3 Units. Advisory: ENGWR 102 ...
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... the branch of anthropology dealing with the evolutionary changes in human anatomy and physiology, using mensurational and ... physical anthropology. noun 1. the branch of anthropology dealing with the genetic aspect of human development and its physical ... The first has reference to physical anthropology, and consists of a small collection of typical skulls and hair of races. ... The branch of anthropology that deals with human evolutionary biology, physical variation, and classification. Compare cultural ...
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Museum Specialist in Physical Anthropology. Department of Anthropology. National Museum of Natural History. Smithsonian ... Historys Anthropology Department. Thus the collection came to Washington, D.C. In the exchange, the NMNH Anthropology ... It is a compilation of measurements taken by Smithsonian Anthropology staff as well as measurements collected by visiting ... Terry and Trotters collecting are found in the Osteology Laboratory of the Anthropology Department at Washington University. ...
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Applied Forensic Anthropology - Video Surveillance and Skeletal Analysis Forensic anthropology contributes to many types of ...
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Synonyms for physical anthropology at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word ... Example Sentences for physical anthropology. The first has reference to physical anthropology, and consists of a small ... In this particular respect, archaeology owes a signal debt to physical anthropology and to anthropological methods in general. ...
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Previous article in issue: Missing Links: The Hunt for Earliest Man. By John Reader. London: Pengiun Books. 1988. xviii + 270 pp., figures, index. $7.95 (paper) Previous article in issue: Missing Links: The Hunt for Earliest Man. By John Reader. London: Pengiun Books. 1988. xviii + 270 pp., figures, index. $7.95 (paper) ...
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Oxnard C.E., 1979.Some methodological factors in studying the morphological-behavioral interface. In: (M.E. Morbeck, H. Preuschoft, and N. Gomberg, eds.) Environment, behavior and morphology: dynamic interactions in primates, pp. 183-207. Stuttgart.Google Scholar ...
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What is physical anthropology? Meaning of physical anthropology medical term. What does physical anthropology mean? ... Looking for online definition of physical anthropology in the Medical Dictionary? physical anthropology explanation free. ... Related to physical anthropology: Forensic anthropology. anthropology. [an″thro-pol´o-je] the study of human beings and their ... physical anthropology. The branch of anthropology concerned with physical measurement of human beings (as living subjects or ...
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  • The Associations's mission is to promote and increase awareness and understanding of physical (biological) anthropology among its membership and to support institutions, agencies, and the public at large. (wikipedia.org)
  • The mission statement of CAPA/ACAP, as listed on the website, is as follows: "The Canadian Association of Physical Anthropology / L'Association Canadienne D'Anthropologie Physique is a learned society of international scholars and students whose aim is to promote and increase awareness and understanding of physical (biological) anthropology among its membership, as well as to supporting institutions and agencies and the public at large. (wikipedia.org)
  • A central story of ethnicity in anthropology is its labored disentanglement from now discredited biological and evolutionary notions of "race," ideas that continue to contribute to the general public's conceptualization of the "ethnic" as a physically distinct type of person. (jrank.org)
  • These practices became the basis for the development of methodology in physical (or biological) anthropology in the United States and Europe. (jrank.org)
  • Citizens of the United States, for example, are enculturated to associate ethnicity with a mapping of cultural or national origin to language, religious practices, styles of adornment, types of non (or un-) American foods, and oftentimes, physical looks. (jrank.org)
  • Physical attractiveness has been associated with mating behavior, but its role in reproductive success of contemporary humans has received surprisingly little attention. (blogspot.com)
  • These findings indicate that physical attractiveness may be associated with reproductive success in humans living in industrialized settings. (blogspot.com)
  • Physical Anthropology is the ninth volume in the Handbook of Middle American Indians , published in cooperation with the Middle American Research Institute of Tulane University under the general editorship of Robert Wauchope (1909-1979). (abebooks.com)
  • Here, the authors found conflicting evidence, where some studies found risk reduction with physical activity, some found no effect, and one found a risk increase with physical activity. (blogspot.com)
  • If physical anthropology was indeed the "leading science of its time," with the capacity to "recreate the world on the basis of rational knowledge" (15), this was certainly not reflected in its nominal status. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The Handbook of Middle American Indians was assembled and edited at the Middle American Research Institute of Tulane University with the assistance of grants from the National Science Foundation and under the sponsorship of the National Research Council Committee on Latin American Anthropology. (abebooks.com)
  • Adding her stimulating and finely framed ethnography to recent work in the anthropology of the senses, Kathryn Geurts investigates the. (tradebit.com)
  • It is a branch of physical anthropology concerned with the interpretation of skeletal features that may be shared among groups, reflect an individual's life history, make a person unique, or indicate how and when someone may have died. (thefreedictionary.com)