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Our analysis indicates this lineage diverged from previously known Y chromosomes about 338,000 ago, a time when anatomically modern humans had not yet evolved," reports Michael Hammer, associate professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
Anatomically corrected transposition of the great arteries, later to be termed anatomically corrected malposition (ACM) of the great arteries,1 is a rare malformation.
Given recent fossil evidence, however, the greatest opportunity for introgression was in Africa" where anatomically modern humans and various archaic forms co-existed for much longer than they did outside of Africa, according to the researchers.
Anatomically correct illustrations by Carol Thompson and Dori Butler's straightforward narration offer simple descriptions of how reproductive organs work, what it is like for a woman to be pregnant, and the steps of childbirth, all culminating in the arrival of a new baby brother at home.
At one time it was thought, for example, that black dancers were anatomically unable to perform classical ballet with the same facility as white dancers.
This poem is part of a larger work by Mara Leigh Simmons entitled Anatomically.
Adams USA) The newly designed Pro-Elite is a polycarbonate helmet with an anatomically correct shape which maximizes comfort.
Anatomically shaped comfort allows the resident to comfortably perform normal day-to-day tasks.
Wilmot is an award winning comic who rejoices in being both politically and anatomically incorrect.
Not only does this procedure correct the deformity (figure 2), it moves the upper lateral cartilages into a more anatomically desirable position by fixating the grail laterally and anteriorly.
To develop a "muscular corset" around the midsection that will hold the spine in its anatomically correct, safe position, it's also necessary to strengthen the abdominals in all their actions.
Any deviation from this anatomically neutral position results in some flexion or pulling with the tendons and muscles.