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2006, 1, ISBN 9780520242814, xiii, 266 p., [12] p. of plates
We expose it, cover it, paint it, tattoo it, scar it, and pierce it. Our intimate connection with the world, skin protects us while advertising our health, our... 
Skin | Anthropology | Social sciences | Publicaciones periodicas | Ciencias sociales | Articulos | Publicaciones periódicas | Periodicals | Libros electronicos | Artículos
Book
2012, 1, ISBN 9780520251533, cm.
.... In a fascinating and wide-ranging discussion, Nina G. Jablonski begins with the biology and evolution of skin pigmentation, explaining how skin color changed as humans moved around the globe... 
Human skin color | Colorism | Physiological aspects | Cross-cultural studies | Anthropology | Social aspects
Book
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences - PNAS, ISSN 1091-6490, 05/2010, Volume 107, Issue Supplement_2, pp. 8962 - 8968
Journal Article
Annual review of anthropology, ISSN 0084-6570, 1/2004, Volume 33, Issue 1, pp. 585 - 623
Humans skin is the most visible aspect of the human phenotype. It is distinguished mainly by its naked appearance, greatly enhanced abilities to dissipate body... 
Vitamin D | Skin color | Cholecalciferols | Humans | Evolution | Melanocytes | Skin | Sweat glands | Pigmentation | Melanin | UV radiation | Thermoregulation | Race | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Anthropology | Science & Technology | Human physiology | Research | Human genome | Genotype & phenotype | Brain | Prehistory | Physical fitness | Color | Human evolution | Genetics | Physiology | Self concept
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Philosophical transactions. Biological sciences, ISSN 0962-8436, 2017, Volume 372, Issue 1724, pp. 20160349 - 20160349
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by Carbone, Lucia and Alan Harris, R and Gnerre, Sante and Veeramah, Krishna R and Lorente-Galdos, Belen and Huddleston, John and Meyer, Thomas J and Herrero, Javier and Roos, Christian and Aken, Bronwen and Anaclerio, Fabio and Archidiacono, Nicoletta and Baker, Carl and Barrell, Daniel and Batzer, Mark A and Beal, Kathryn and Blancher, Antoine and Bohrson, Craig L and Brameier, Markus and Campbell, Michael S and Capozzi, Oronzo and Casola, Claudio and Chiatante, Giorgia and Cree, Andrew and Damert, Annette and de Jong, Pieter J and Dumas, Laura and Fernandez-Callejo, Marcos and Flicek, Paul and Fuchs, Nina V and Gut, Ivo and Gut, Marta and Hahn, Matthew W and Hernandez-Rodriguez, Jessica and Hillier, LaDeana W and Hubley, Robert and Ianc, Bianca and Izsvák, Zsuzsanna and Jablonski, Nina G and Johnstone, Laurel M and Karimpour-Fard, Anis and Konkel, Miriam K and Kostka, Dennis and Lazar, Nathan H and Lee, Sandra L and Lewis, Lora R and Liu, Yue and Locke, Devin P and Mallick, Swapan and Mendez, Fernando L and Muffato, Matthieu and Nazareth, Lynne V and Nevonen, Kimberly A and O’Bleness, Majesta and Ochis, Cornelia and Odom, Duncan T and Pollard, Katherine S and Quilez, Javier and Reich, David and Rocchi, Mariano and Schumann, Gerald G and Searle, Stephen and Sikela, James M and Skollar, Gabriella and Smit, Arian and Sonmez, Kemal and Hallers, Boudewijn ten and Terhune, Elizabeth and Thomas, Gregg W. C and Ullmer, Brygg and Ventura, Mario and Walker, Jerilyn A and Wall, Jeffrey D and Walter, Lutz and Ward, Michelle C and Wheelan, Sarah J and Whelan, Christopher W and White, Simon and Wilhelm, Larry J and Woerner, August E and Yandell, Mark and Zhu, Baoli and Hammer, Michael F and Marques-Bonet, Tomas and Eichler, Evan E and Fulton, Lucinda and Fronick, Catrina and Muzny, Donna M and Warren, Wesley C and Worley, Kim C and Rogers, Jeffrey and Wilson, Richard K and Gibbs, Richard A
Nature (London), ISSN 1476-4687, 09/2014, Volume 513, Issue 7517, pp. 195 - 201
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Zoological research, ISSN 2095-8137, 05/2017, Volume 38, Issue 3, pp. 117 - 117
Jablonski talks about two studies which shed light on the genetic basis in the high-altitude adaptation of Tibetans. Studies by Guo et al and Zheng et al... 
Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Zoology | Science & Technology | High altitude | Transcription | Positive selection | Event-related potentials | Genomes | Histone acetyltransferase | Blood | Natural selection | Guanosine triphosphate | Nitric oxide | Genetics | Evolution | Hypoxia | Blood pressure | Adaptation
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