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Variation in limb proportions between Jomon foragers and Yayoi agriculturalists from prehistoric Japan.
Variation in limb proportions between prehistoric Jomon and Yayoi people of Japan are explored by this study. Jomon people were the descendents of Pleistocene nomads who migrated to the JapaneseExpand
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Dental caries prevalence as evidence for agriculture and subsistence variation during the Yayoi period in prehistoric Japan: biocultural interpretations of an economy in transition.
The Yayoi period represents the earliest point of agricultural dependence in Japan, dating from approximately 2500 BP to AD 300. Yayoi period people consumed wet-rice as a primary subsistence base.Expand
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Developmental variation in ecogeographic body proportions.
While ecogeographic variation in adult human body proportions has been extensively explored, relatively less attention has been paid to the effect of Bergmann's and Allen's rules on human body shapeExpand
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Do body proportions among Jomon foragers from Hokkaido conform to ecogeographic expectations? evolutionary implications of body size and shape among northerly hunter-gatherers
This study documents and interprets adaptive postcranial morphology among prehistoric Jomon period foragers from Hokkaido, Japan (HKJ). The Hokkaido climate is differentiated from other JapaneseExpand
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Bioarcheology has a "health" problem: conceptualizing "stress" and "health" in bioarcheological research.
This article provides a critical historical overview of the stress concept in bioarcheological research and critically evaluates the term "health" in reference to skeletal samples. Stress has aExpand
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Dietary variation and stress among prehistoric Jomon foragers from Japan.
  • Daniel H Temple
  • Geography, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 August 2007
Current archaeological evidence indicates that greater dietary reliance on marine resources is recorded among the eastern Jomon, while plant dependence prevailed in western/inland Japan. TheExpand
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Plasticity and constraint in response to early-life stressors among late/final Jomon period foragers from Japan: evidence for life history trade-offs from incremental microstructures of enamel.
  • Daniel H Temple
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 December 2014
This study evaluates two hypotheses that address how Late/Final Jomon period people responded to early-life stress using linear enamel hypoplasia (LEH) and incremental microstructures of enamel. TheExpand
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Paleopathological Description and Diagnosis of Metastatic Carcinoma in an Early Bronze Age (4588+34 Cal. BP) Forager from the Cis-Baikal Region of Eastern Siberia
Extensive osteolytic and osteoblastic lesions were observed on the skeletal remains of an adult male excavated from an Early Bronze Age cemetery dated to 4556+32 years BP, located in the Cis-BaikalExpand
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Patterns of systemic stress during the agricultural transition in prehistoric Japan.
  • Daniel H Temple
  • Geography, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 December 2009
This study documents and interprets systemic stress during the agricultural transition in prehistoric Japan using linear enamel hypoplasia (LEH) defects and cribra orbitalia (CO) lesions. Middle toExpand
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Ontogeny of limb proportions in late through final Jomon period foragers.
This study reports on developmental patterning in the intralimb indices of Late/Final Jomon period (4000-2300 BP) people. Jomon foragers represent the descendants of migrants from Northeast Asia, whoExpand
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