Acipenser atlanticus Rafinesque corrig. The European sea sturgeon Acipenser sturio , also known as the Atlantic sturgeon or common sturgeon, is a species of sturgeon previously found on most coasts of Europe. It is anadromous and breeds in rivers. It is currently a critically endangered species.
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Evolutionary science[ edit ] Anthropometric studies today are conducted to investigate the evolutionary significance of differences in body proportion between populations whose ancestors lived in different environments. Human populations exhibit climatic variation patterns similar to those of other large-bodied mammals, following Bergmann's rule , which states that individuals in cold climates will tend to be larger than ones in warm climates, and Allen's rule , which states that individuals in cold climates will tend to have shorter, stubbier limbs than those in warm climates. On a microevolutionary level, anthropologists use anthropometric variation to reconstruct small-scale population history. For instance, John Relethford's studies of early 20th-century anthropometric data from Ireland show that the geographical patterning of body proportions still exhibits traces of the invasions by the English and Norse centuries ago. Similarly, anthropometric indices, namely comparison of the human stature was used to illustrate anthropometric trends. The research was based on the datasets for Southern Chinese contract migrants who were sent to Suriname and Indonesia and included 13, individuals.
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