3 edition of Osteometry, and osteological age and sex determination of the Sisimiut reindeer population (Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus) found in the catalog.
Osteometry, and osteological age and sex determination of the Sisimiut reindeer population (Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 115-123).
|Series||BAR international series -- 1947, BAR international series -- 1947.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.U55 P354 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 279 p. :|
|Number of Pages||279|
|LC Control Number||2009396764|
Medical definition of osteometry: the measurement of bones; especially: anthropometric measurement of the human skeleton. Sex and age were estimated as well from pelvic observations (see Auerbach and Ruff, , and Auerbach and Ruff, , for a description of the methods employed). Dr. Benjamin Auerbach obtained all of these data during three solo research trips beginning in September and ending in July
osteology [os″te-ol´ŏ-je] scientific study of the bones. osteology (os'tē-ol'ŏ-jē), The anatomy of the bones; the science concerned with the bones and their structure. Synonym(s): osteologia [osteo- + G. logos, study] osteology (ŏs′tē-ŏl′ə-jē) n. pl. osteologies 1. . Bone Clones® Osteological Evaluation Report Page 1 of 4 Human Male European Skull Product Number: BCM Information on the sex, age, population affinity, and cause of death is available for the majority of these individuals, allowing students and visiting determination of sex was made in conjunction with an analysis of the pelvis. Radiographic fetal osteometry: Approach on age estimation for the portuguese population C. Carneiro a,b,c,d, *, F. Curate e, P. Borralho a,d,f impact in age determination and, therefore, affect the outcome of forensic cases. When estimating skeletal age, forensic specialists typically use reference tables and specific regression equations Cited by: 7.
Osteological ageing from digital data, C. Villa et al. 4 correlations were found by Chiba et al. () for some of the 10 measurements assessed on the pubic symphysis, but. ADVERTISEMENTS: Osteometry is the measurement of bones especially long bones, which facilitates in comparing the skeletons of different populations. A few special instruments are required for collection of the osteometrical measurements. The most important one is osteometric board; other instruments have been mentioned in connection to craniometry. OSTEOLOGICAL ANALYSIS Osteological analysis is concerned with the determination of the identity of a skeleton, by estimating its age, sex and stature. Robusticity and non-metric traits can provide further information on the appearance and familial affinities of the individual studied.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedMany facets of human osteological variation are illustrated by the pdf of the various skeletal pdf in Chapters 7–16 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chap and by the analysis of age, sex, ancestry, and stature presented in Chapter This chapter continues to.Odontometrics: a useful method for sex determination in an archaeological skeletal population?
Marin Vodanovic´ a,*,Zˇeljko Demo download pdf, Vera Njemirovskij a, Jadranka Keros a, Hrvoje Brkic´ a a School of Dental Medicine, University of Zagreb, Department of Dental Anthropology, Gundulic´eva 5, HR Zagreb, Croatia b Museum of Archaeology, Trg Nikole Sˇubic´a Zrins HR Zagreb.
A ebook method (based on the maximum likelihood principle) for estimating mortalities of skeletal populations is presented. The ebook can be applied both when osteological age groups are not overlapping as well as when they are. The results are presented as point estimates and as confidence intervals around these.
The method is applied to two series from the Middle Ages: Westerhus and Cited by: