Mr. Olsen wrote this book on human anatomy from an evolutionary perspective for college undergraduates with no previous college-level math or science. It contains an introduction to the nature of science and biological evolution in addition to a clear and comprehensive description of basic human anatomy. With over one hundred references, a detailed index, and more than 40 black-and-white illustrations and tables, this book is the perfect supplement to a standard anatomical atlas or textbook with color illustrations.The narrowed pelvic inlet of humans is an adaptation that permits bipedal locomotion, but it is barely large enough for the ... 107 Since the female pelvis is probably as large as is feasible, a human infant is born with a brain that is much lessanbsp;...
|Title||:||Understanding Human Anatomy Through Evolution - Second Edition|
|Author||:||Bruce D. Olsen|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2009-05-09|