Jantz, R. L.; Johnston, F. E.; Kensinger, K. M.; Walker, G. F. (1970). "Palmar Dermatoglyphics of the Peruvian Cashinahua". ... His research focuses on forensic anthropology, skeletal biology, dermatoglyphics, anthropometry, anthropological genetics, and ...
Mustanski, B. S.; Bailey, J. M.; Kaspar, S. (2002). "Dermatoglyphics, handedness, sex, and sexual orientation". Archives of ...
Example applications include dermatoglyphics and soft biometrics. The US Military has conducted over 40 anthropometric surveys ... Anthropometric cosmetology Biometrics Cephalometry Chironomia Craniometry Dermatoglyphics Genetic fingerprinting Guidonian hand ...
1998 Distinguished Service Award, American Dermatoglyphics Association. 1998 Honorary Professor, Kharkov State University, ...
He was the first American to study dermatoglyphics, the study of skin ridges and fingerprints, and this along with his studies ... ISBN 978-0-674-02968-2. Plato, Chris C.; Garruto, Ralph M. (1990). "Historical Notes on Dermatoglyphics: From Purkinje to ...
Plato, Chris C.; Garruto, Ralph M. (1990). "Historical Notes on Dermatoglyphics: From Purkinje to Cummins". In Durham, Norris M ... summarized all prior knowledge of the field of genetics and dermatoglyphics, and was the most significant study of ridges in ... now known as an important early contribution to dermatoglyphics, the study of fingerprints. Her paper, entitled "The Ventral ...
A study of palmar dermatoglyphics in congenital spinal deformities". Spine. 22 (7): 775-779. doi:10.1097/00007632-199704010- ...
The longest one he found was "Dermatoglyphics" at 15 letters. He coins several longer hypothetical words, such as "thumbscrew- ... subdermatoglyphic uncopyrightables dermatoglyphics hydropneumatics misconjugatedly uncopyrightable ambidextrously ...
ISBN 978-5-02-035547-7. Khitʹ, G. L. (Genrietta Leonidovna Khitʹ) (1983). Dermatoglyphics of the USSR Peoples (Dermatoglifika ...
Dermatoglyphics for genetic disorders, read in International Conference of Paediatrics, Manila, 1983. Dermatoglyphics as ... He is well-known and quoted for his work in electrocrygram, dermatoglyphics and oral rehydration solution. He was awarded Vikas ...
The longest words with no repeated letters are dermatoglyphics, misconjugatedly and uncopyrightables. The longest word whose ...
Dermatoglyphics Curcić-Stojković O, Nikolić L, Obradović D, Krstić A, Radić A (1978). "[Noonan's syndrome. (Male Turner ...
His research concentrated on paleoprimatology, dermatoglyphics, description of biological variation of ethnic minorities in ... "Study of dermatoglyphics of Zhuang nationality in Guangxi" . During the Cultural Revolution, He was politically persecuted. In ... ", "Vertebrata PalAsiatica", 1962 Tichen Dong, "Study of dermatoglyphics of Zhuang nationality in Guangxi", "Bulletin of Fudan ...
... M.D. (May 1894 - May 12, 1976) was a dermatoglyphics specialist, considered to be the father of dermatoglyphics ...
... in an adult More common palmar creases in adults Dermatoglyphics McPherson M.D., Katrina (2004- ...
Other symptoms include dermatoglyphics, tooth deformities or missing teeth, abnormal kidney development, shortened limbs, ...
The syndrome may also include various dermatoglyphics, including transverse flexion creases, distal axial triradius, increased ...
... gyrus dentate nucleus dentatothalamic tract denticulate ligament dentine dentition depressor anguli oris muscle dermatoglyphics ...
Ectodermal dysplasia absent dermatoglyphics Ectodermal dysplasia adrenal cyst Ectodermal dysplasia alopecia preaxial ...
... theory or study of moral obligation Dermatoglyphics - study of skin patterns and fingerprints Dermatology - study of skin ...
... secondary to a shortened middle phalanx Short feet Altered dermatoglyphics of the hands; when present, primarily involving ...
... father of Dermatoglyphics Hugh Gordon Cummins (1891-1970), Barbadian politician J. David Cummins, American economist James ...
Other human sex chromosome aneuploids: XYY syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome (XXY), Triple X syndrome, Dermatoglyphics, Noonan ...
... refers to the formation of naturally occurring ridges on certain body parts, namely palms, fingers, soles and ... As a term, dermatoglyphics is used to distinguish it from the superficially similar pseudoscience of palmistry. However, in ... Dermatoglyphics which are correlated with genetic abnormalities are useful in diagnoses of these disorders at birth or soon ... Dermatoglyphics (from ancient Greek derma=skin, glyph=carving) is the scientific study of fingerprints, lines, mounts, and ...
Cummins, H.; Mildo, C. (1943). "Finger Prints, Palms and Soles: An Introduction to Dermatoglyphics". Philadelphia, PA.. Cite ...