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Author Oxnard, Charles E., 1933-
Title Humans, apes, and Chinese fossils : new implications for human evolution : a seminar presented to the Department of Anatomy, University of Hong Kong / by Charles E. Oxnard.
Imprint [Hong Kong] : Hong Kong University Press, 1985.
Edition 1st ed.

Author Oxnard, Charles E., 1933-
Series Occasional papers' series / Hong Kong University Press ; no. 4
Occasional papers' series (Hong Kong University Press) ; no. 4.
Subject Human evolution -- Congresses.
Alt Name University of Hong Kong. Department of Anatomy.
Description 1 online resource (46 pages) : illustrations
Edition 1st ed.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 42-46).
Contents Title Page; verso; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; 1. ANATOMICAL AND BIOMOLECULAR STUDIES OF APES AND HUMANS; 2. SEXUAL DIMORPHISM AS A GENERAL PHENOMENON; References cited.
Note Print version record.
Summary The Hong Kong University Press Occasional Paers' Series is an entirely new series of monographs encompassing the best lectures presented to the University of Hong Kong in recent times.The series will cover all disciplines concomitant to full University studies.Items for inclusion in the series will be selected by the University Press Committee, whose decision is final.
ISBN 9789882201828 (electronic bk.)
9882201822 (electronic bk.)
9789622090736
9622090737 (pbk.)
OCLC # 642685746
Additional Format Print version: Oxnard, Charles E., 1933- Humans, apes, and Chinese fossils. 1st ed. [Hong Kong] : Hong Kong University Press, 1985 9789622090736 (DLC) 86155339 (OCoLC)14167873



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