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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 161, Number 3, 1 November 2016

Morphological convergence in the pubis of slow‐moving primates and xenarthrans
pp. 381-397(17)
Authors: Lewton, Kristi L.; Dingwall, Heather L.

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The apportionment of tooth size and its implications in Australopithecus sediba versus other Plio‐pleistocene and recent African hominins
pp. 398-413(16)
Authors: Irish, Joel D.; Hemphill, Brian E.; de Ruiter, Darryl J.; Berger, Lee R.

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High resting metabolic rate among Amazonian forager‐horticulturalists experiencing high pathogen burden
pp. 414-425(12)
Authors: Gurven, Michael D.; Trumble, Benjamin C.; Stieglitz, Jonathan; Yetish, Gandhi; Cummings, Daniel; Blackwell, Aaron D.; Beheim, Bret; Kaplan, Hillard S.; Pontzer, Herman

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Bone remodeling is reduced in high stress regions of the cercopithecoid mandible
pp. 426-435(10)
Authors: Lad, Susan E.; Daegling, David J.; McGraw, W. Scott

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Food and pathogen adaptations in the Angolan Namib desert: Tracing the spread of lactase persistence and human African trypanosomiasis resistance into southwestern Africa
pp. 436-447(12)
Authors: Pinto, Joana C.; Oliveira, Sandra; Teixeira, Sérgio; Martins, Dayana; Fehn, Anne‐Maria; Aço, Teresa; Gayà‐Vidal, Magdalena; Rocha, Jorge

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Morphological and functional implications of sexual dimorphism in the human skeletal thorax
pp. 467-477(11)
Authors: García‐Martínez, Daniel; Torres‐Tamayo, Nicole; Torres‐Sanchez, Isabel; García‐Río, Francisco; Bastir, Markus

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Dental remains of cebid platyrrhines from the earliest late Miocene of Western Amazonia, Peru: Macroevolutionary implications on the extant capuchin and marmoset lineages
pp. 478-493(16)
Authors: Marivaux, Laurent; Adnet, Sylvain; Altamirano‐Sierra, Ali J.; Pujos, François; Ramdarshan, Anusha; Salas‐Gismondi, Rodolfo; Tejada‐Lara, Julia V.; Antoine, Pierre‐Olivier

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Associations between male testosterone and immune function in a pathogenically stressed forager‐horticultural population
pp. 494-505(12)
Authors: Trumble, Benjamin C.; Blackwell, Aaron D.; Stieglitz, Jonathan; Thompson, Melissa Emery; Suarez, Ivan Maldonado; Kaplan, Hillard; Gurven, Michael

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Middle paleolithic human deciduous incisor from Grotta del Cavallo, Italy
pp. 506-512(7)
Authors: Fabbri, Pier Francesco; Panetta, Daniele; Sarti, Lucia; Martini, Fabio; Salvadori, Piero A.; Caramella, Davide; Fedi, Mariaelena; Benazzi, Stefano

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Northern exposure: Mandibular torus in the Greenlandic Norse and the whole wide world
pp. 513-521(9)
Authors: Scott, G. Richard; Schomberg, Roman; Swenson, Victoria; Adams, Donovan; Pilloud, Marin A.

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Ancient mitochondrial DNA from the middle neolithic necropolis of Obernai extends the genetic influence of the LBK to west of the Rhine
pp. 522-529(8)
Authors: Rivollat, Maïté; Réveillas, Hélène; Mendisco, Fanny; Pemonge, Marie‐Hélène; Justeau, Pierre; Couture, Christine; Lefranc, Philippe; Féliu, Clément; Deguilloux, Marie‐France

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The evolutionary adaptation of hemochromatosis associated mutations during the neolithic
pp. 530-531(2)
Authors: Delanghe, Joris R.; Speeckaert, Marijn M.; De Buyzere, Marc L.

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Reply to Delanghe, Speeckaert, and De Buyzere: “The evolutionary adaptation of hemochromatosis associated mutations during the Neolithic”
pp. 532-533(2)
Authors: Heath, Kathleen M.; Axton, Jacob H.; McCullough, John M.; Harris, Nathan

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