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Biological Anthropology:  Concepts and Connections

Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections

3rd Edition
By Agustin Fuentes
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ISBN13: 9780077861513
Copyright: 2019
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Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections, 3e

CHAPTER 1: Introduction to Evolutionary Fact and Theory 
CHAPTER 2: Basics of Human Biology
CHAPTER 3: Introduction to Genetics and Genomics
CHAPTER 4: Modern Evolutionary Theory
CHAPTER 5: Primate Behavioral Ecology
CHAPTER 6: Early Primate Evolution
CHAPTER 7: Early Hominin Evolution
CHAPTER 8: Plio-Pleistocene Hominins and the Genus Homo
CHAPTER 9: The Rise of Modern Humans
CHAPTER 10: Human Biological Diversity in Context
CHAPTER 11: The Present and Future of Human Evolution