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Peoples of Indian Region

BIOLOGY OF THE PEOPLES OF INDIAN REGION (BANGLADESH, BHUTAN, INDIA, MALDIVES, NEPAL, PAKISTAN, SRI LANKA) A CLASSIFIED AND COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY

M.K. BHASIN (University of Delhi, Delhi, India)

1988 • Pages: 500 • Size: 140 × 220 mm •

ISBN 81-85264-00-7• Binding: Hard • Price: US $ 65/- Rs. 650/-

Biology Peoples India

It is to be recommended as an essential guide for all research workers in human biology, particularly for those who want an immediate entry to the vast literature on the biology of the people of the Indian sub-continent. — ANNALS OF HUMAN BIOLOGY (U.K.)

The author has done an incredible job in searching and compiling the published titles in a meaningful sequence. This is a positive contribution and the volume would certainly prove to be immensely helpful to all interested researchers of the Indian Region. It is a commendable effort. —AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Considering the amount of work carried out on different population groups of Indian region, compilation of information on each of them has often been looked for. The enormity of the task was probably a deterrent to such a venture. The author, Dr. M.K. Bhasin must be complimented for undertaking this challenging task. —INDIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL RESEARCH

Diese Bibliographie, die den Zeitraum der letzten 90 Jahre, umfasst, ist nach neun Sachgebieten und in jedem Sachgebiet nach dem Alphabet der Autoren gegliedert. Sie umfasst eine grosse Zahl von Studien, die international wening bekannt sind, weil sie Zum Teil in lokal begrenzten Veröffentlichungen erschienen. -dieser Band einen deutlich über eine Bibliographie hinausgehended Überblick über die vergangene and gegenwärtige anthropologische Arbeit im indischen Subkontinent gibt. —ZEITSCHRIFT FUR MORPHOLOGIE UND ANTHROPOLOGIE (Germany)

CONTENTS

  1. 1. INTRODUCTION
  2. 2. JOURNALS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED
  3. 3. BIBLIOGRAPHY:
    1. (i) Primates - Behaviour and Biology;
    2. (ii) Demography, Inbreeding, Marriage Distance;
    3. (iii) Anthropometry, Physiology and Nutrition;
    4. (iv) Dental Anthropology;
    5. (v) Dermatoglyphics;
    6. (vi) Morphological and Behavioural Characters;
    7. (vii) Taste Sensitivity and Colour Blindness;
    8. (viii)Genetic Markers in Human Blood;
    9. (ix) Human Population Cytogenetics •
  4. APPENDIX:
    1. 1. India
    2. 2. Anthropological Institutions and Journals in India •

Author Index •

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