Changes in human tooth-size and shape with the Neolithic transition in Indo-Malaysia
The task of this contribution is to rigorously test whether biological adaptations to agriculture, and the use of pottery for cooking, could explain late Holocene craniodental change in Indo-Malaysia – the part of Southeast Asia where my specialisation lies. There are now enough well-dated burial series from Sulawesi, Borneo, Java and Malaya to test two main predictions of the Neolithic tooth-size reduction model: 1. Indo-Malaysian tooth-size should show continual reduction over time, not only...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Press (1965-Present)|
|Source:||Taxonomic Tapestries: The Threads of Evolutionary, Behavioural and Conservation Research|
|Book Title:||Taxonomic Tapestries: The Threads of Evolutionary, Behavioural and Conservation Research|
|Access Rights:||Open Access via publisher website|
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