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Ever heard the expression “use it or lose it”? That pithy phrase encapsulates Wolff’s law, an anatomical rule that describes how bone grows and changes over time. The law was developed by German surgeon Julius Wolff, whose name you will now always remember … Continue reading
Posted in Bioarchaeology, Bioarchaeology Vocab, Osteology Tagged Avengers, Captain America, human bone, Mjölnir, osteoblasts, osteology, Thor, Wolff's law, wolves 5 Comments
Can you teach a wolf brain new tricks? Some thoughts on artificial selection and brain evolution in canids
A few weeks ago, I attended another Evolution and Human Adaptation lecture. The ultimate reason I went to another talk was to expand my mind and learn about the evolution of the human brain, though as always the proximate reason I … Continue reading
Posted in Evolution Tagged brain size, dogs, evolution, wolves 4 Comments