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- ‘Using stable isotope analysis, bioarchaeologists can directly determine the dietary sources of carbon and nitrogen’
- ‘She is an experienced bioarchaeologist examining changes in the health of prehistoric people living nearly 4000 years ago in Thailand through skeletal and archaeological analysis.’
- ‘The team of bioarchaeologists used a newly refined technique of amino acid analysis that measures the deterioration of proteins in fossils found close to the tools.’
- ‘The oldest DNA ever found comes from Siberian dirt analyzed by bioarchaeologist Eske Willerslev at Oxford University.’
- ‘It has been stated by some bioarchaeologists that iron deficiency anemia increases with the adoption of maize agriculture.’
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