Human Biology Review - Archives
The online Human Biology Review is an International Peer Reviewed Journal published quarterly devoted to the broader theme of biological variations among human populations reflecting on their health. It focuses on research in all fields of biological anthropology including human genetics, human growth, body composition, biotechnological advances, human physique, demography, human origins and evolution, population variations, genomics, kinanthropometry, human ecology, human nutrition and health perspectives. The bodily adaptations made by different human populations to survive in different ecological situations are important in determining the future course of the human race. The journal publishes original research papers, short reports, review papers, case reports on specific research issues, book reviews, news and other scientific information.
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