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Gigantopithecus lPongidaec Hominoidear a new species from North India
A nearly complete mandible of Gigantopithecus representing a new species, Gigantopithecus bilaspurensis, is described. The specimen lacks incisors, left P4 and the posterior portions of both rami.Expand
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Śivalik fossil tree shrew from Haritalyangar, India
We report here a new taxon of fossil tree-shrew from the Śivalik deposits of Haritalyangar in Himachal Pradesh, India. There are no definitive records of fossil tree-shrews, for although two forms,Expand
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Miocene tree shrews from the Indian Śivaliks
There have been no definite reports of fossil tree shrews although a rib cage from the Tatrot Formation of India has been identified as Tupaia1, and fossil material, including the anterior part of aExpand
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Taphonomy, fauna, environment and ecology of Upper Sivaliks (Plio-Pleistocene) near Chandigarh, India
The fossil fauna of the molassic Sivalik deposits is well documented but little is known of its environment and ecology. Initial reports1–8 were based on published fauna and flora, andExpand
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Geology, fauna and palaeoenvironments of Lower Sivalik deposits around Ramnagar, India
ALTHOUGH the Śivalik deposits of the Ramnagar basin (Jammu and Kashmir, India) have been known to palaeontologists and palaeoanthropologists for about 100 yr, little has been reported about theExpand
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Epidemiological Survey of Occlusion in North India
The prevalence of malocclusion is considered in three social classes categorized on the basis of income, in a North Indian population.
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Tumors of the liver, other than primary hepatocellular carcinoma.
Hepatic angiosarcoma is the second most common primary malignant neoplasm of the liver. Although comprising only 2 per cent of all hepatic primary tumors, it represents a major clinical problemExpand
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[Epidemiology of malignant pleural mesothelioma in the Nantes-Saint Nazaire region. Course in 1956-1992].
The aim of this study was to estimate the evolution of the incidence of mesothelioma in the Loire-Atlantique department since 1956 and to register all the cases diagnosed between 1985 and 1992 and toExpand
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Fetal growth from 12 to 26 weeks of gestation.
175 freshly aborted fetuses (including three pairs of twins), 12-26 weeks postmenstrual age and products of induced expulsion from 172 Kashmiri women, were observed for 12 anthropometricExpand
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