Amanda G. Henry, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2010 Hominid Paleobiology The George Washington University, Washington, DC, United States 
Area:
Physical Anthropology, Archaeology Anthropology, Paleoecology
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Alison S. Brooks grad student 2010 The George Washington University
 (Plant foods and the dietary ecology of Neandertals and modern humans.)
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Turroni S, Fiori J, Rampelli S, et al. (2016) Fecal metabolome of the Hadza hunter-gatherers: a host-microbiome integrative view. Scientific Reports. 6: 32826
Turroni S, Rampelli S, Centanni M, et al. (2016) Enterocyte-Associated Microbiome of the Hadza Hunter-Gatherers. Frontiers in Microbiology. 7: 865
Schnorr SL, Crittenden AN, Henry AG. (2016) Impact of Brief Roasting on Starch Gelatinization in Whole Foods and Implications for Plant Food Nutritional Ecology in Human Evolution Ethnoarchaeology. 8: 30-56
Henry AG, Debono Spiteri C, Büdel T, et al. (2016) Methods to isolate and quantify damaged and gelatinized starch grains Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 10: 142-146
Power RC, Salazar-García DC, Wittig RM, et al. (2015) Dental calculus evidence of Taï Forest Chimpanzee plant consumption and life history transitions. Scientific Reports. 5: 15161
Oxilia G, Peresani M, Romandini M, et al. (2015) Earliest evidence of dental caries manipulation in the Late Upper Palaeolithic. Scientific Reports. 5: 12150
Schnorr SL, Crittenden AN, Venema K, et al. (2015) Assessing digestibility of Hadza tubers using a dynamic in-vitro model. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 158: 371-85
Rampelli S, Schnorr SL, Consolandi C, et al. (2015) Metagenome Sequencing of the Hadza Hunter-Gatherer Gut Microbiota. Current Biology : Cb. 25: 1682-93
Fiorenza L, Benazzi S, Henry AG, et al. (2015) To meat or not to meat? New perspectives on Neanderthal ecology. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 156: 43-71
Leonard C, Vashro L, O'Connell JF, et al. (2015) Plant microremains in dental calculus as a record of plant consumption: A test with Twe forager-horticulturalists Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 2: 449-457
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