"Sexual Dimorphism" ed. by Hiroshi Moriyama
ITAvE | 2015 | ISBN: 9535110756 | 149 pages | PDF | 10 MB
This book contains various biological studies on the subject of sex differences have been published. The subjects of these studies are not only humans, but also other mammals, birds, amphibians, insects, extending to ostracoda in the Paleozoic era. Original methods in individual studies have been used. This book provides convincing reasons which explain sex differences.
The book also shows that, even if considered that some living things do not have sex differences, in reality they do. The somewhat different data on sex differences in this book will offer new ideas not only to life scientists and biologists, but social and cultural scientists as well.
1 The Evolution of Sexual Dimorphism: Understanding Mechanisms of Sexual Shape Differences
2 Sexual Dimorphism in Antennae of Mexican Species of Phyllophaga (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea: Melolonthidae)
3 Sexual Dimorphism Using Geometric Morphometric Approach
4 The History of Sexual Dimorphism in Ostracoda (Arthropoda, Crustacea) Since the Palaeozoic
5 Sexual Dimorphism in Monoamine Metabolism in BrdU-Treated Rats Showing Behavioral Dopamine Hypersensitivity: An Animal Model of Schizophrenia
6 Sexual Dimorphism in Human Teeth from Dental Morphology and Dimensions: A Dental Anthropology Viewpoint
7 The Relationship Between Sexually Dimorphic Peripheral Nerves and Diseases
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