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Rebecca Rogers Department of Archaeology,
 

Summary: Rebecca Rogers
Ackermann
Department of Archaeology,
Faculty of Science, University
of Cape Town, Private Bag,
Rondebosch 7701,
South Africa. E-mail:
becky@beattie.uct.ac.za
Received 7 July 2001
Revision received
18 December 2001 and
accepted 23 April 2002
Keywords: variability, cranial
morphology,
paleoanthropology.
Patterns of covariation in the hominoid
craniofacial skeleton: implications for
paleoanthropological models
Living species are often used as analogues for fossil ones. When this
is done, the implicit assumption is made that hominids and living

  

Source: Ackermann, Rebecca Rogers - Department of Archaeology, University of Cape Town

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine