Size and Scaling in Primate Biology
By Jungers, William L. (editor)
Pp. xiv, 491; numerous line-drawings, graphs and charts. Publisher’s original black cloth, lettered in silver on the spine, gray and darker gray pictorial dust jacket, lg 8vo (7 x 10 inches). Interests in size-related phenomena in primate biology dates to the early 1900s. From the Plenum series Advances in Primatology. This volume assesses the progress that has been made toward understanding various allometric phenomena in primates and identifies future prospects for continuing research in this realm. The 20 chapters in this work focuses on body size variation in primates and its implications for behavior and ecology, anatomy, physiology, and evolution. Small signature of former owner on the front endpaper.
|Publisher Place||New York|
|Date Published Estimated||No|
|Number of Volumes||1|
|Condition Description||A fine copy in a slightly edge worn very good dust jacket.|