Human Functional Morphology


A detailed consideration of the functional correlates of muscle-skeletal form in recent and ancient humans and our close primate relatives, as a means for understanding the behaviors responsible for driving the evolution of human anatomy. Emphasis is placed on the structure and development of bones, joints and teeth, the soft tissues which impinge upon individual bones, and the biomechanical demands affecting bone and joint structures.
Course Attributes: FA NSM; AR NSM; AS NSM

Section 01

Human Functional Morphology
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