Geometric morphometric analysis of the early Pleistocene hominin teeth from Jianshi, Hubei Province, China

@article{Liu2010GeometricMA,
  title={Geometric morphometric analysis of the early Pleistocene hominin teeth from Jianshi, Hubei Province, China},
  author={Wu Liu and R. Clarke and Song Xing},
  journal={Science China Earth Sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={53},
  pages={1141-1152}
}
Although the early Pleistocene hominin fossils found in East Asia continent are widely recognized as the earliest hominins migrated from Africa, debates remain on the morphology and taxonomy of these fossils. In this study, dental crown shape of the three early Pleistocene hominin teeth (P3, M1, and M1) found in Jianshi, Hubei Province of China was analyzed by means of geometric morphometrics. The comparative samples of fossil hominins from Africa, Asia, and Europe as well as those of modern… Expand
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