Volume 83 (2005)

Cover Story

The power of the few

5-6

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Editorial

Stepping ahead

Giovanni Destro-Bisol

7

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Invited Reviews

Microbes coevolving with human host and ancient human migrations

Angelo Pavesi

9-28

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Past, present and future itineraries in Maya bioarchaeology

Andrea Cucina & Vera Tiesler

29-42

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Towards thirty years of ethological research on the Japanese Macaque (Macaca fuscata) colony of the of Rome Zoo: a review

Bonaventura Majolo, Gabriele Schino & Alfonso Troisi

43-60

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Key issues in the study of primate acoustic signals

Marco Gamba & Cristina Giacoma

61-88

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Reports

The targeted monkey: a re-evaluation of predation on New World Primates

Bernardo Urbani

89-110

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Alouatta, Ateles, and the ancient Mesoamerican culture

Emiliano Bruner & Andrea Cucina

111-118

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Malnutrition and distribution of food resources

Carlo Cannella & Giovanni Costa

119-126

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JASs Forum

Anthropology and Reductionism

Presentation

Giovanni Destro-Bisol

127

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A comment on "What it means to be 98% chimpanzee"

Andrea Drusini

129-132

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Radical Reductionism

Ernesto Di Mauro

133-135

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Anthropologists: specialists of the general or marginal researchers?

Emanuele Sanna

137-138

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Measuring bones and sequencing DNA: not that far as thought

Cristian Capelli

139-140

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The detail's horizon

Enzo Tramontano

141-143

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A Comment on the forum

Jonathan Marks

145-146

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