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International Journal of Modern Anthropology

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Some recent rigorous studies in anthropological research begin to provide new conclusions against some classic questionable considerations and /or show increasing tendency to do some syntheses of multidisciplinary data. The revelation of these two events marks the birth of a modern anthropology. The principal aim of this journal is to contribute to the development of this modern anthropology.

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Vol 1, No 9 (2016)

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Editorial: A gentle revolution in the world of academic publication EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Hassen Chaabani 13-19
Bio-resource utilization for food and medicine: a case study of a primitive tribal group of Jharkhand, India EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Dipankar Chatterjee, Rudrajit Sarkar 21-49
Novel description of aldosterone synthase CYP11B2 -344 T>C gene polymorphism related to hypertension in Mexican Amerindians: Teenek, Mixtec and Mayans EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Antonio Arnaiz-Villena, David Cruz-Robles, Gilberto Vargas-Alarcon, Filogonio Lopez-Pacheco, Jose Manuel Rodriguez-Perez, Ester Muñiz, Julio Cesar Arriaga, Julio Granados, Galileo Escobedo, Jose Manuel Fragoso 52-64
The Incidence of Finger Ridge Counts among the Christian Population of Mysore, India. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Somayyeh Samehsalari, K.Rajasekhara Reddy, Koohyar Mohsenpour 66-75
Toward a Historical Archaeology of West African Borderlands EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Olukayode A. Faleye 77-89
HLA genes in Chimila Amerindians (Colombia), the Peopling of America and Medical implications EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Antonio Arnaiz-Villena, Jose de Palacio-Grüber, Ester Muñiz, Cristina Campos, Javier Alonso-Rubio, Eduardo Gomez-Casado, David Cruz-Robles, Manuel Martin-Villa, Carlos Silvera 91-116


ISSN: 1737-8176
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