Size and Scaling in Primate Biology

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Size and Scaling in Primate Biology - Jungers, William J (Editor)
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In very general terms, "scaling" can be defined as the structural and func- tional consequences of differences in size (or scale) among organisms of more or less similar design. Interest in certain aspects of body size and scaling in primate biology (e. g., relative brain size) dates to the turn of the century, and scientific debate and dialogue on numerous aspects of this general subject have continued to be a primary concern of primatologists, physical an- thropologists, and other vertebrate biologists up to the present. ...

Size and Scaling in Primate Biology 2014, Springer

ISBN-13: 9781489936493

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Size and Scaling in Primate Biology 1985, Springer, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780306415609

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