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  • Beyond Biometryby Charles Oxnard

    Hong Kong University Press, HKU 1981; US$ 10.00

    The work described in this paper was carried out in the University of Birmingham, U.K., Chicago, and Southern California, U.S.A., during the years 1954-80. It has been supported by numerous NSF and NIH grants during those years. It is currently supported by NSF grant DEB 24366 and by funds from the University of Southern California. more...

  • Ghostly Muscles, Wrinkled Brains, Heresies and Hobbitsby Charles Oxnard

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2008; US$ 175.00

    The Leverhulme Trust (UK) required Charles Oxnard to present a series of public lectures during his tenure of a Leverhulme Professorship at University College, London. The lectures had to be understandable not only to undergraduate and graduate students and colleagues, but also to the interested lay public. Furthermore, they were expected to meet and... more...

  • The Order of Manby Charles E. Oxnard

    Hong Kong University Press, HKU 1983; US$ 36.00

    This book is an attempt to look broadly at the biological Order of Man. It reviews more than two decades of study of present-day primates using data and methods not hitherto made available in one place nor to the general reader. more...

  • Human, Apes and Chinese Fossilsby Charles E. Oxnard

    Hong Kong University Press, HKU 1985; US$ 14.00

    The Hong Kong University Press Occasional Paers' Series is an entirely new series of monographs encompassing the best lectures presented to the University of Hong Kong in recent times.The series will cover all disciplines concomitant to full University studies.Items for inclusion in the series will be selected by the University Press Committee,... more...

  • Human Adaptabilityby Charles E. Oxnard; Leonard Freedman

    World Scientific Publishing Company 1998; US$ 73.00

    This volume takes its subtitle from the theme of the ASHB meeting for 1996 “Human Adaptibility: Future Trends and Lessons from the Past”. The first paper is the annual conference lecture ‘Human Evolution Today: Which Way Next?’ delivered by Professor Maciej Hennenberg, the newly appointed Wood Jones Professor at the University... more...

  • Endemic Cretinismby John Dennison; Charles Oxnard; Peter Obendorf

    Springer 2011; US$ 189.00

    On 26 September 1936 the British Medical Journal reported: "The house of J. Springer, Berlin, notable for its scientific publications, issues the seventh volume of a series of monographs on topics of special interest to clinicians and pathologists...This little book is a valuable compendium of the latest views on a difficult subject." "On... more...

  • Anatomical Terms And Their Derivationby F Peter Lisowski; Charles E Oxnard

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2007; US$ 58.00

    Anatomical terms are the vocabulary of medicine. Anatomy began as a descriptive science in the days when Latin was the universal scientific language. Early anatomists described the structures they saw in that language, comparing them to common and familiar objects, or borrowing terms from the Greek and Arabic masters before them. In anatomic terminology,... more...

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