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The descended larynx and the descending larynx2018 Anthropological Science 126 (1): 3-8
  • Takeshi Nishimura
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960in special section 'New studies for understanding the evolutionary process of human speech'
Five tongue moving types of the Hakka peoples from Meizhou, Guangdong2014 Acta anthropologica sinica 33 (1): 109-17
  • Hong Xue
  • Jinping Bao
  • Lianbin Zheng
  • Shunhua Lu
  • Wenguo Rong
H6/HB [ACTA-]1000-3139English summary
Populational-genetic analysis of phenotype frequency of two qualitative properties of the tongue of the population of Zivinice2012 Glasnik antropološkog Društva Srbije 47: 295-300
  • Adisa Ahmić
  • Hajrija Hamidović
  • Vesna Hadžiavdić
H6/KVP [ANTROPOLOSKO-]1820-7936English summary
Populational-genetical analysis on phenotype frequency in two qualitative properties of the tongue rolling and tongue folding among the inhabitants of Srebrenik2011 Glasnik antropološkog Društva Srbije 46: 201-6
  • Hajrija Hamidović
  • Vesna Hadžiavdić
H6/KVP [ANTROPOLOSKO-]1820-7936English summary
Trend of different age groups' change of hyper-extensibility in the distal thumb joint in the population of Sapna (B & H)2011 Glasnik antropološkog Društva Srbije 46: 219-27
  • Ešref Bećirović
  • Frikreta Brahimaj
  • Mehdin Selimović
  • Ramiz Salkić
  • Sabina H. Halilović
H6/KVP [ANTROPOLOSKO-]1820-7936English summary
The coca leaf. Leaf words to protect the world2011 Maguaré 25 (2): 199-225
  • Fernando Urbina Rangel
H6/KUL [MAGUARE-]0120-3045in thematic issue 'Magia y brujería'; English summary
Populational-genetical analysis on phenotype frequency in two qualitative properties of the language of Srebrenik2011 Glasnik antropološkog Društva Srbije 46: 201-6
  • Hajrija Hamidović
  • Vesna Hadžiavdić
H6/KVP [ANTROPOLOSKO-]1820-7936English summary
Population-genetic analysis on phenotype frequency in two qualitative properties of the tongue in Gradačac2010 Glasnik antropološkog Društva Srbije 45: 83-7
  • Hajrija Hamidović
  • Rifet Terzić
H6/KVP [ANTROPOLOSKO-]1820-7936English summary
Noninvasive measuring of operational tongue length in Callitrichids2009 American journal of physical anthropology 139 (3): 430-3
  • Eckhard W. Heymann
  • Foelke von der Lage
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
Population-genetic analysis of phenotype frequencies of two qualitative tongue characteristics in the Memici population (Bosnia and Hercegovina)2009 Glasnik antropološkog Društva Srbije 44: 345-59
  • Jasminka Hadžihalilović
  • Mustafa Bačinović
  • Rifat Hadžiselimović
  • Selma Bačinović
H6/KVP [ANTROPOLOSKOGI-]1820-7936English summary
Anthropophysiological characterization of the Bulgarian population from the regions of Panagurishte and Strelcha2009 Glasnik antropološkog Društva Srbije 44: 483-9
  • Borislav Minkov
  • Nadezhda Tosheva
  • TSvetan Minkov
  • Velislav Todorov
H6/KVP [ANTROPOLOSKOGI-]1820-7936
Case report: patent mandibular symphysis with congenital absence and ankyloglossia2009 Dental anthropology 22 (2): 52-6
  • Ann S. Smith
  • Edward F. Harris
H1/HCCT [DENTAL-]1096-9411
Spinning and speech in Armenian versions of "Kind and unkind girls" (ATU 480)2007 Cosmos 23: 151-68
  • Alvard Jivanyan
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773
The evolution of human speech. Its anatomical and neural bases2007 Current anthropology 48 (1): 39-66
  • Philip Lieberman
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
Some anthropological traits in Bulgarian population from north-western Bulgaria2007 Glasnik antropološkog Društva Jugoslavije 42: 133-6
  • Boris Minkov
  • Tsvetan Minkov
  • Velislav Todorov
H6/KVP [ANTROPOLOSKOGI-]0351-1480
Limits of tongue deformation - Diana monkey formants and the impossible vocal tract shapes proposed by Riede et al. (2005)2006 Journal of human evolution 50 (2): 219-21
  • Philip Lieberman
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484comments on 'Vocal production mechanisms in a non-human primate: morphological data and a model' by T Riede, E Bronson, H Hatzikirou, H Zuberühler and Klaus in J hum Evol 2005 (48:1), 85-96; with reply by authors
Multiple discontinuities in nonhuman vocal tracts - a response to Lieberman (2006)2006 Journal of human evolution 50 (2): 222-5
  • E. Bronson
  • H. Hatzikirou
  • K. Zuberbühler
  • T. Riede
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484see this issue 219-21
Population genetics and analysis of the phenotype frequency among the inhabitants of Brčko (Bosnia-Hercegovina)2006 Glasnik antropološkog Društva Jugoslavije 41: 389-402
  • B. Edina
  • H. Hajrija
  • H. Jasminka
  • J. Fatima
  • R. Amira
  • T. Rifet
H6/KVP [ANTROPOLOSKO-]0351-1480English summary
Evolution of the brainstem orofacial motor system in primates: a comparative study of trigeminal, facial, and hypoglossal nuclei2005 Journal of human evolution 48 (1): 45-84
  • Chet C. Sherwood
  • Katerina Semendeferi
  • Patrick J. Gannon
  • Patrick R. Hof
  • Ralph L. Holloway
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Vocal production mechanisms in a non-human primate: morphological data and a model2005 Journal of human evolution 48 (1): 85-96
  • Ellen Bronson
  • Haralambos Hatzikirou
  • Klaus Zuberbühler
  • Tobias Riede
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Population-genetics analysis of phenotype frequency of four properties of the tongue in the community of Gracanica2005 Glasnik antropološkog Društva Jugoslavije 40: 155-68
  • Adisa Ahmić
  • Amela Dahić
  • Emir Halilović
  • Izet Eminović
  • Jasminka Hadžihalilović
  • Mirela Kalesić
  • Rifat Hadžiselimović
H6/KVP [ANTROPOLOSKO-]0351-1480English summary
A study of certain morpho-behavioural traits among the Adikarnatakas of Mysore City, Karnataka (India)2003 Man in India 83 (3/4): 445-51
  • K. Rajasekhara Reddy
  • M. R. Gangadhar
Study on tongue moving types of six groups in Inner Mongolia2003 Acta anthropologica sinica 22 (3): 241-5
  • Li Shu-yuan
  • Lu Shun-hua
  • Zheng Lian-bin
1000-3193English summary
Hypoglossal canal size in living hominoids and the evolution of human speech2003 Human biology 75 (4): 473-84
  • Amy A. Pokempner
  • Matt Cartmill
  • Richard F. Kay
  • William L. Jungers
0018-7143in 'Special issue in honor of Frank B. Livingstone: papers presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Buffalo, New York, April 10-13, 2002'
Study on 5 types of movement of tongue in 3 Mongolian subpopulations of Hulunbuir league, inner Mongolia2001 Acta anthropologica sinica 20 (2): 130-6
  • Li Shu-yuan
  • Li Yong-lan
  • Lu Shun-hua
  • Xie Bin
  • Zheng Lian-bin
1000-3193English summary
Radiocarbon dating and marine reservoir correction of Viking age Christian burials from Orkney2000 Antiquity 74 (285): 537-43
  • Don R. Brothwell
  • James H. Barrett
  • Roelf P. Beukens
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Tooth wear and compensatory modification of the anterior dentoalveolar complex in humans2000 American journal of physical anthropology 111 (3): 369-92
  • Yousuke Kaifu
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
Tongue rolling and tongue folding among four Reddi subcastes of Andhra Pradesh2000 The Anthropologist 2 (1): 63-4
  • K. Surendranadha Reddy
0972-0073
Phenotype distribution and hereditary mode of our kinds of tongue movements in Korean and Han Chinese1998 Acta anthropologica sinica 17 (1): 59-68
  • Jin Xiongji
  • Piao Zheyun
  • Yang Kangjuan
H6/HB [ACTA-]English summary
The analysis of cephalometrical parameters of children with ankyloglossia1997 Papers on anthropology 7: 410-13
  • B. Ciechanowska
  • B. Garanty-Bogacka
  • B. Krupa
  • M. Syrenicz
  • W. Wieczorek
1406-0140
Echographic demonstration of the lingual code1996 Cahiers d'anthropologie et biométrie humaine 14 (1/2): 219-22
  • B. Rybak
H6/HB [BIOTYPOLOGIE-]French summary