By: James H Mielke, Lyle W Konigsberg and John H Relethford
400 pages, 11 halftones, 21 maps, 120 line illustrations
The text explores human biological variation in its broadest sense from the molecular to the physiological and morphological. The main emphasis is on the microevolutionary analysis of genetic variation among recent human populations. The book is designed for an upper-level undergraduate class, but it would also work well as supplemental or background reading for a graduate-level course on human variation.
This book is recommended highly for those interested in learning more about human biological variation. Journal of Mammal Evol (2007) 14:65 - 66
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