The Biology of Human Adaptability
Paul T. Baker, Joseph Sidney Weiner
Clarendon P., 1966 - Adaptation (Biology). - 541 pages
Based on Symposium; The biology of populations of anthropological importance; non Aboriginal material.
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MAJOR PROBLEMS IN HUMAN
SOME CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DESIGN
GROWTH AND PHYSIQUE IN DIFFERENT
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acclimatization Africa Alacaluf Aleuts Almeida Anthrop antigen Arctic Aust Australia Australian aborigines average Bantu BECHUANALAND Biol biological blood groups body weight Bushmen Cape Coloured Caucasians ccDee cent Central climate cold compared Congo cont cultural deficiency Desert diet differences disease distribution effects Elsdon-Dew environment environmental Eskimos ethnic groups European factors gene frequencies genetic growth Guinea Gujarat haemoglobin heat Hiernaux Highlands Hottentots Hutu inbreeding incidence Indians indios intake investigations Israel Jews Kalahari living males measurements metabolic rate Mourant natives Negro Netherlands New Guinea NON-BANTU Bushman Northern nutritional oxygen pattern phys physical Physiol physiological physique possible primitive protein Pygmies rectal temperatures region sample selection serum Shangaan Sherpas sickle-cell significant similar skeletal skin skinfold thicknesses South SOUTH AFRICA South-West Southern stress studies surveys TABLE tested thalassaemia Tobias traits transferrin tribes Tutsi unacclimatized unpublished values variability variation Western Xavante Zoutendyk