The evolution of the primate foot : anatomy, function, and paleontological evidence / Angel Zeininger, Kevin G. Hatala, Roshna E. Wunderlich, Daniel Schmitt, editors.
The human foot is a unique and defining characteristic of our anatomy. While most primates have grasping, prehensile feet, the human foot stands out as a powerful non-grasping propulsive lever that is central to our evolution as adept bipedal walkers and runners. Very few books have compiled and eva...
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- Clinical and Evolutionary Perspectives on the Primate Foot: A Historical and Contemporary View
- The Primate Ankle and Hindfoot
- The Primate Midfoot and Human Longitudinal Arch
- The Primate Forefoot
- Myology of the Primate Foot
- The Integument and Associated Structures of the Primate Foot
- Experimental Research on Foot Use and Function During Climbing by Primates
- Foot Posture During Quadrupedal Walking in Primates
- Primate Foot Use During Bipedal Walking
- Running in Addition to Walking Helped Shape the Human Foot
- The Feet of Paleogene Primates
- Miocene Ape Feet
- The Early Hominin Foot
- The Feet of Fossil Homo
- Locomotor behavior of the sloth lemurs (Palaeopropithecidae) and the function and anatomy of a foot adapted for suspensory locomotion
- Recent Developments and Future Directions for the Study of Primate Feet.