Caucasoid


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Caucasoid:

see racerace,
one of the group of populations regarded as constituting humanity. The differences that have historically determined the classification into races are predominantly physical aspects of appearance that are generally hereditary.
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Indeed, the Hamite-Africans were claimed to have a "white morphology" that originated from Caucasoids.
Prototype models were developed using scanned plastic reconstructions as standards for the ranges of obesity versus emaciated, young adult versus older adult, and Caucasoid versus Negroid (African ancestry).
Facial Reproduction: Tables of Facial Tissue Thickness of American Caucasoids in Forensic Anthropology.
that East Asians are naturally more intelligent that Africans and Caucasoids.
Therefore it must be a function of TEP which in Bradley's words is the "peculiarly Caucasoid behavior, Caucasoid values, [and] Caucasoid psychology" (1981, 3, 2003).
Lichen Planus: Oral lesions are said to be uncommon in the black skin, but frequent in the Caucasoid people, while hypertrophic lichen planus, lichen planus pigmentosus, actinic variants and postinflammatory hyperpigmentation is a characteristic outcome of lichen planus in African Americans or dark skin individuals.
It is related to the Negroid and Caucasoid composition; heterozygotes for HbS are more prevalent in the North and Northeast regions (between 6 and 10%), whereas prevalence is lower in the South and Southeast regions (between 2 and 3%).
However, Keim discovers that the whole system of racial classification such as: Caucasoid, Mongoloid, Negroid, Pygmoid, etc.
A "crossomics" study analysing variability of different components in peripheral blood of healthy Caucasoid individuals.
81011 The data of previous reports are largely based on teeth of mainly Caucasoid origin.
The classic pattern is "Y", or "Driopitecino" originating from past Asian populations, along with "X" configurations and the "+" or "cruciform" which are all considered as reductions that are frequently observed in Caucasoid groups (9).