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Sexual Dimorphism by Hiroshi Moriyama (ed.)

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Sexual Dimorphism
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535110750
Number of pages: 140

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This book provides convincing reasons which explain sex differences. The book also shows that, even if considered that some living things do not have sex differences, in reality they do. The somewhat different data on sex differences in this book will offer new ideas not only to life scientists and biologists, but social and cultural scientists as well.

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