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Journal of Human Evolution, ISSN 0047-2484, 08/2018, Volume 121, pp. 204 - 220
The Sterkfontein Caves site is one of the richest early hominin fossil localities in Africa. More specifically, the fossiliferous deposits within the... 
Diploë | Australopithecus | Sterkfontein | Cranial vault tables | Paranthropus | Plio-Pleistocene | BONE THICKNESS | PINK BRECCIA | AUSTRALOPITHECUS-AFRICANUS | MAKAPANSGAT | COMPUTED-TOMOGRAPHY | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | Diploe | HOMO-ERECTUS | ANTHROPOLOGY | GENUS HOMO | MEMBER 5 | FOSSIL | Medical colleges | Archaeology | Fossil hominids | Analysis
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Reference
Hystrix, ISSN 0394-1914, 2013, Volume 24, Issue 1, pp. 103 - 109
Quantitative shape analysis using geometric morphometrics is based on the statistical analysis of landmark coordinates. Many structures, however, cannot be... 
Geometric morphometries | Virtual reconstruction | Procrustes | MODERN HUMANS | AUSTRALOPITHECUS-AFRICANUS | ENAMEL-DENTIN JUNCTION | SHAPE | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | INTEGRATION | LOWER MOLARS | ONTOGENY | CRANIAL RECONSTRUCTION | virtual reconstruction | geometric morphometrics
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Journal of Human Evolution, ISSN 0047-2484, 2013, Volume 65, Issue 4, pp. 447 - 456
The site of Kromdraai B (KB) (Gauteng, South Africa) has yielded a minimum number of nine hominins including the type specimen of Paranthropus robustus (TM... 
Australopithecus africanus | Early Homo | Paranthropus robustus | Bony labyrinth | Cochlea | Pleistocene
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2011, 1, ISBN 0520266706, xiv, 259
Two discoveries of early human relatives, one in 1924 and one in 2003, radically changed scientific thinking about our origins. Dean Falk, a pioneer in the... 
Fossil hominids | Australopithecines | Human evolution | Human remains (Archaeology) | Flores man | Paleoanthropology | Anthropology | Philosophy
Book
Comptes Rendus - Palevol, ISSN 1631-0683, 08/2017, Volume 16, Issue 5-6, pp. 508 - 520
We investigate cochlear variation, an indirect evidence of auditory capacities among early hominins and extant catarrhine species, in order to assess (i) the... 
Australopithecus africanus | Hominins | Paranthropus robustus | Brownian evolution | Cochlea | Homo | Phylogram
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South African Journal of Science, ISSN 0038-2353, 05/2016, Volume 112, Issue 5 & 6, pp. 69 - 75
First ribs - the first or most superior ribs in the thorax - are rare in the hominin fossil record, and when found, have the potential to provide information... 
Australopithecus africanus | Geometric morphometrics | Upper thorax | Rib cage | Gauteng Province
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, ISSN 0962-8436, 03/2015, Volume 370, Issue 1663, pp. 20140062 - 20140062
A high level of encephalization is critical to the human adaptive niche and emerged among hominins over the course of the past 2 Myr. Evolving larger brains... 
Hominins | Brain | Homo erectus | Ontogeny | Neandertal | Pleistocene | hominins | brain | ontogeny | MODERN HUMANS | BODY-SIZE | AUSTRALOPITHECUS-AFRICANUS | TAUNG ENDOCAST | GEOMETRIC MORPHOMETRICS | ENDOCRANIAL VOLUME | BIOLOGY | HOMO-ERECTUS | DIETARY TRANSITIONS | LUNATE SULCUS | GENUS HOMO | Biological Evolution | Brain - embryology | Animals | Species Specificity | Humans | Organ Size | Brain - growth & development | Paleontology | Fossils | Hominidae | 144 | 133 | 1001 | Review
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Quaternary Science Reviews, ISSN 0277-3791, 08/2019, Volume 217, pp. 89 - 97
During several consecutive excavations from the 1950s to the 1990s the cave of Carigüela de Píñar (Granada, Baetic System, Southeast of the Iberian Peninsula)... 
Neanderthal | Nasal bridge | Frontal lobe | Encephalic beak | Platycephaly | Broca cap | Frontal bone | AUSTRALOPITHECUS-AFRICANUS | BRAIN-DEVELOPMENT | CARIHUELA CAVE | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | EVOLUTION | INTEGRATION | POLLEN SEQUENCE | INSIGHTS | Analysis | Neanderthals | Fossils
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American Journal of Physical Anthropology, ISSN 0002-9483, 01/2015, Volume 156, Issue 1, pp. 148 - 157
This contribution investigates the inner organizational pattern (tooth tissue proportions and enamel-dentine junction morphology) of seven Homo erectus... 
Javanese Homo erectus | Permanent molars | Sangiran Dome | Internal structure | TISSUE PROPORTIONS | AUSTRALOPITHECUS-AFRICANUS | HUMAN-EVOLUTION | SANGIRAN | permanent molars | COMPUTED-TOMOGRAPHY | EARLY MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE | ENAMEL-DENTIN JUNCTION | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | internal structure | SOUTHEAST-ASIA | DECIDUOUS MOLARS | ANTHROPOLOGY | THICKNESS
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Journal of Human Evolution, ISSN 0047-2484, 01/2019, Volume 126, pp. 112 - 123
One of the most crucial debates in human paleoneurology concerns the timing and mode of the emergence of the derived cerebral features in the hominin fossil... 
Australopithecus | Sterkfontein | sulcal pattern | Middle meningeal vessels | Pliocene | SYSTEM | PINK BRECCIA | AUSTRALOPITHECUS-AFRICANUS | ARACHNOID GRANULATIONS | HOMO | SKELETON | PLES | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | LUNATE SULCUS | ANTHROPOLOGY | Humanities and Social Sciences | Archaeology and Prehistory
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Journal of Human Evolution, ISSN 0047-2484, 12/2019, Volume 137, p. 102684
Gorillas occupy habitats that range in elevation from 0 to 3850 m. Populations at higher elevations tend to be less arboreal than lowland populations.... 
Ecomorphology | Pelvis | Neutral evolution | Gorilla | Os coxae | TALAR MORPHOLOGY | LOCAL ADAPTATION | LOWLAND GORILLAS | AUSTRALOPITHECUS-AFRICANUS | MORPHOMETRIC-ANALYSIS | IMPENETRABLE NATIONAL-PARK | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | MOUNTAIN GORILLAS | BAI-HOKOU | ANTHROPOLOGY | SEXUAL-DIMORPHISM | GENETIC DRIFT
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Journal of Human Evolution, ISSN 0047-2484, 09/2019, Volume 134, p. 102634
Here we present the first full anatomical description of the 3.67 million-year-old skull StW 573 that was recovered with its skeleton from the Sterkfontein... 
Australopithecus africanus | Sterkfontein | StW 573 skeleton | Homo habilis | Taxonomy | Australopithecus prometheus | CRANIUM | ASSOCIATIONS | PLEISTOCENE | EARLY HOMINID | HOMO-HABILIS | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | AFARENSIS | MEMBER 2 | OLDUVAI-GORGE | ANTHROPOLOGY | REMAINS | GENUS HOMO
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