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Bryn Mawr College : New Study Helps Researchers Better Identify Individual Skeletal Remains in Comingled Sites
October 17, 2019
BRYN MAWR, Pennsylvania, Oct. 17 [TNSscientificresearch] -- Bryn Mawr College issued the following news:

When biological anthropologists are trying to determine the number of individuals found in a site with comingled skeletal remains, one of the things they can turn to is the sequence of fusion of different parts of the bones to each other (the union of primary and secondary ossification centers), which happens during childhood and adolescence.

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