Volume 84 (2006)

Cover Story

Primate conservation and taxonomy

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Invited Reviews

From darkness to daylight: cathemeral activity in primates

Giuseppe Donati & Silvana Borgognini Tarli

7-32

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Bone Paleohistology and Human Evolution

Cayetana Martínez-Maza, Antonio Rosas & Samuel García-Vargas

33-52

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The study of bacterial DNA in human mummie

Franco Rollo, Luca Ermini, Stefania Luciani, Isolina Marota & Cristina Olivieri

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Advances in ancient DNA studies

David Caramelli & Giampietro Lago

65-83

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The golden age of human genetics in Italy

Mauro Capocci

85-95

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Soft-tissue facial anthropometry in three dimensions: from anatomical landmarks to digital morphology in research, clinics and forensic anthropology

Chiarella Sforza & Virgilio F. Ferrario

97-124

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Reports

The paleopathology of pellagra: investigating the impact of prehistoric and historical dietary transitions to maize

Robert Paine & Barrett Brenton

125-135

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Radiocarbon dating of the early Mesolithic Colbricon site

Stefano Grimaldi

137-145

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From Verheyen to Bookstein: history of colobids and superimpositions

Emiliano Bruner

147-160

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Correspondence & Notes

The Western Pygmies from the Central African Republic: new data on autosomal loci

Giovanni Destro-Bisol, Cinzia Battaggia, Valentina Coia, Chiara Batini & Gabriella Spedini

161-164

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JASs Forum

Anthropology and Reductionism

The future of Anthropology in the era of scientific reductionism

Andrea Drusini

165-169

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Reflections about DNA studies, reductionism and the role of Anthropology

Bernardino Fantini

170-175

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The interdisciplinary character of Anthropological Sciences

Claudio Ricciardi

176-178

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