Ontogenetic perspectives on modern human long bone growth: the humerus

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Pitfield, Rosie;
(2015)
  • Subject: GN

Biological anthropologists routinely infer ancient human behaviour from macroscopic skeletal markers, although the underlying relationship between bone growth and functional adaptation remains complex. To date, few studies have undertaken a microstructural analysis of b... View more
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