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About the Author
Frank B. Livingstone was professor emeritus of biological anthropology at the University of Michigan. He recieved the Martin Luther King Award from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference for his groundbreaking research on sickle cell anemia and is the author of Data on the Abnormal Hemoglobin's and Glucose-Six-Phosphate Deficiency in Human Populations.
Jonathan Marks is a professor of anthropology, at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. He earned his M.S. in genetics, and M.A. and Ph.D. in anthropology at the University of Arizona, and has conducted postdoctoral research in genetics at the University of California at Davis. Mark's work on "molecular anthropology" has been widely published in professional journals.
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION TO THE ALDINE TRANSACTION EDITION PREFACE LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS LIST OF TABLES
I INTRODUCTION II THE ABNORMAL HEMOGLOBINS AND THALASSEMIA III THE GLUCOSE-6-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE DEFICIENCY IV THE POPULATION GENETICS OF THE RED CELL DEFECTS V SELECTION FOR THE RED CELL DEFECTS VI EASTERN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC VII INDIA, TIBET, PAKISTAN, AND CEYLONVIII THE MIDDLE EAST AND EUROPE IX NORTH AND WEST AFRICA X CENTRAL AND EAST AFRICA XI THE AMERICAS XII CONCLUSIONS
BIBLIOGRAPHY APPENDIX: THE FREQUENCIES OF THE RED CELL DEFECTS IN HUMAN POPULATIONS INDEX TO APPENDIX