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1. 1976 ‘The evolution of early Man.’

Wood, B.A., pp. 1-142. Peter Lowe, London. (translated into French, Swedish, Norwegian, Italian and Danish).

Intended as an introduction to Human Evolution.


2. 1978 ‘Human evolution.’

Wood, B.A., pp. 1-80. Chapman and Hall, London.

One of the monograph series: ‘Outline Studies in Biology.’
3. 1984 ‘Food acquisition and processing in primates.’

Eds. D.J. Chivers, B.A. Wood and A. Bilsborough, pp. 1-576. Plenum, New York and London.


4. 1986 ‘Major topics in primate and human evolution.’

Eds. B.A. Wood, L. Martin and P. Andrews, pp. 1-364. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.


5. 1991 ‘Koobi Fora Research Project. Volume 4: Hominid cranial remains.’

Wood, B.A., pp. 1-492. Clarendon Press, Oxford.

This monograph reassesses the cranial evidence for early hominid evolution and proposes a revised taxonomy for early hominins.


6. 2002 “Encyclopedia of Life Sciences.’ Scientific Advisor. Nature Publishing Group, London.
7. 2005 ‘Human Evolution: A Very Short Introduction.’

Wood, B. pp. 1-144. Oxford University Press, New York
8. 2006 ‘Anthropology.’

Miller, B. and Wood, B., pp. 1-768. Allyn & Bacon, New York.


9. ‘The Human Foot: A companion to clinical studies.’

Klenerman, L. and Wood, B., pp. 1-182. Springer-Verlag, London.


10. 2010 ‘Photographic and descriptive musculoskeletal atlas of Gorilla. With notes on the attachments, variations, innervation, synonymy and weight of the muscles.’

Diogo, R., Pastor, J.F., Ferrero, E.M., Barbosa, M., Potau, J.M., de Paz, F.J., Bello, G. and Wood, B.A., pp. 1-140. CRC Press - Taylor and Francis, Oxford, UK.

ISBN: 978-1-57808-694-8
11. 2011 ‘Human Evolution: A Brief Insight.’

Wood, B. pp. 1-144. Sterling, New York.
12. ‘Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Human Evolution.’

Ed. Bernard Wood, pp. 1-979. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester.

ISBN: 978-1-4051-5510-6
13. 2012 ‘Comparative anatomy and phylogeny of primate muscles and human evolution’. Rui Diogo and Bernard Wood. pp. 1-906. CRC Press - Taylor and Francis, Oxford, UK.

ISBN: 978-1-57808-767-9


14. 2012 ‘Photographic and Descriptive Musculoskeletal Atlas of gibbons and siamangs (Hylobates) - with notes on the attachments, variations, innervation, synonymy and weight of the muscles.’

Diogo, R., Potau, J.M., Pastor, J.F., de Paz, F.J., Ferrero, E.M., Bello, G., Barbosa, M., Aziz, M.A., Burrows, A.M., Wood, B. pp. 1-160. CRC Press - Taylor and Francis, Oxford, UK.

ISBN: 978-1-57808-786-0


15. 2013 ‘Photographic and Descriptive Musculoskeletal Atlas of chimpanzees - with notes on the attachments, variations, innervation, function and synonymy and weight of the muscles.’

Diogo, R., Potau, J.M., Pastor, J.F., de Paz, F.J., Ferrero, E.M., Bello, G., Barbosa, M, Aziz, M.A., Burrows, A.M., Arias-Martorell, J. & Wood, B. pp. 1-149. CRC Press - Taylor and Francis, Oxford, UK.

ISBN: 978-1-4665-8018-3


16. ‘Photographic and Descriptive Musculoskeletal Atlas of orangutans (Pongo) - with notes on the attachments, variations, innervation, function and synonymy and weight of the muscles.’

Diogo, R., Potau, J.M., Pastor, J.F., de Paz, F.J., Ferrero, E.M., Bello, G., Barbosa, M, Aziz, M.A., Burrows, A.M., Arias-Martorell, J. & Wood, B. pp. 1-160. CRC Press - Taylor and Francis, Oxford, UK.

ISBN: 978-1-4665-9727-3


17. ‘Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Human Evolution.’

Ed. Bernard Wood, pp. 1-1054. Single-volume paperback edition.

Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester.

ISBN: 978-1-1186-5099-8


18. 2015 ‘Wiley-Blackwell Student Dictionary of Human Evolution.’

Ed. Bernard Wood, pp. 1-472.

Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester.

ISBN: 978-1-4051-5506-9




PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND EDITED VOLUMES
1. 1968 ‘Functional affinities of the Olduvai hominid 8 talus.’

Day, M.H. and Wood, B.A. Man, 3: 440-445.


2. 1969 ‘Hominoid tali from East Africa.’

Day, M.H. and Wood, B.A. Nature, 222: 591-592.


3. 1971 ‘An unusual case of atropine poisoning.’

Wood, B.A. and Haq, E.U. Br. J. Clin. Pract., 26: 469-470.
4. 1972 ‘Exogastric leiomyomata.’

Russell, R.C.G. and Wood, B.A. Post. Grad. Med. J., 48: 434-436.


5. 1973 ‘Locomotor affinities of hominoid tali from Kenya.’

Wood, B.A. Nature, 246: 45-46.
6. ‘New evidence of the genus Homo from East Rudolf, Kenya: II.’

Leakey, R.E.F. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 39: 355-368.


7. 1974 ‘Early hominid ulna from the Omo basin, Ethiopia.’

Howell, F.C. and Wood, B.A. Nature, 249: 174-176.


8. ‘New evidence of the genus Homo from East Rudolf, Kenya: IV.’

Leakey, R.E.F. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 41: 237-243.


9. ‘A hominid mandible from East Rudolf, Kenya.’

Leakey, R.E.F. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 41: 245-249.


10. ‘Olduvai Bed I post-cranial fossils: a reassessment.’

Wood, B.A. J. Hum. Evol., 3: 373-378.
11. ‘Evidence on the locomotor pattern of Homo from early Pleistocene of Kenya.’

Wood, B.A. Nature, 251: 135-136.
12. 1975 ‘New hominids from East Rudolf, Kenya: I.’

Day, M.H., Leakey, R.E.F., Walker, A.C. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys.



Anthropol., 42: 461-475.
13. 1976 ‘Remains attributable to Homo in the East Rudolf succession.’

Wood, B.A. In: Earliest Man and Environments in the Lake Rudolf Basin.

Eds. Y. Coppens et al., pp. 490-506. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.


14. ‘The nature and basis of sexual dimorphism in the primate skeleton.’

Wood, B.A. J. Zool., London, 180: 15-34.
15. ‘Some aspects of the evolution of early hominid sexual dimorphism: comments.’

Wood, B.A. Curr. Anthropol., 17: 601.
16. ‘New hominids from East Turkana, Kenya.’

Day, M.H., Leakey, R.E.F., Walker, A.C. and Wood, B.A.



Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 45: 369-435.
17. 1977 ‘Allometry and sexual dimorphism in the primate innominate bone.’

Mobb, G.E. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. Anat., 150: 531-538.


18. 1978 ‘Allometry and hominid studies.’

Wood, B.A. In: Geological Background to Fossil Man.

Ed. W.W. Bishop, pp.125-138. Scottish Academic Press, Edinburgh.


19. ‘An analysis of early hominid fossil postcranial material: principles and methods.’

Wood, B.A. In: Early Hominids of Africa. Ed. C.J. Jolly, pp. 347-360. Duckworth, London.
20. ‘Classification and phylogeny of East African hominids.’

Wood, B.A. In: Recent Advances in Primatology. Volume 3: Evolution.

Eds. D.J. Chivers and K.A. Joysey, pp. 351-372. Academic Press, London.


21. ‘Relative growth in primates.’

Wood, B.A. In: Recent Advances in Primatology. Volume 3: Evolution.

Eds. D.J. Chivers and K.A. Joysey, pp. 69-71. Academic Press, London.


22. 1979 ‘Relationship between body size and long bone lengths in Pan and Gorilla.’

Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 50: 23-26.
23. ‘An analysis of tooth and body size relationships in five primate taxa.’

Wood, B.A. Folia primatol., 31: 187-211.
24. ‘The ‘Neanderthals’ of the College of Surgeons.’

Wood, B.A. Ann. Roy. Coll. Surg., 61: 385-389.
25. ‘Models for assessing relative canine size in fossil hominids.’

Wood, B.A. J. Hum. Evol., 8: 493-502.
26. 1980 ‘Does allometry explain the differences between ‘gracile’ and ‘robust’

australopithecines?’



Wood, B.A. and Stack, C.G. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 52: 55-62.
27. ‘Venous drainage of the hind limb in the monkey (Macaca fascicularis).’

Chapple, C.R. and Wood, B.A. J. Anat., 131: 157-171.


28. 1981 ‘Human origins: fossil evidence and current problems of analysis and

interpretation.’



Wood, B.A. In: Progress in Anatomy, Volume 1. Eds. R.J. Harrison and

R.L. Holmes, pp. 229-245. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.


29. ‘Metrical analysis of the basicranium of extant hominoids and Australopithecus.’

Dean, M.C. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 54: 63-71.


30. ‘Tooth size and shape and their relevance to studies of hominid evolution.’

Wood, B.A. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B., 292: 65-76.
31. ‘Developing pongid dentition and its use for ageing individual crania in comparative cross-sectional growth studies.’

Dean, M.C. and Wood, B.A. Folia primatol., 36: 111-127.


32. ‘Palaeoanthropological studies at Chesowanja.’

Harris, J.W.K., Gowlett, J.A.J., Walton, D. and Wood, B.A. In: Proceedings, 10th Congress Union Internationale des Sciences Prehistoriques et Protohistoriques, Mexico. Eds. J.D. Clark and J. Combier, pp. 64-100. UISPP.

33. 1981 ‘Comparative basicranial morphology of Plio-Pleistocene hominids: background

studies and fossil evidence.’



Wood, B.A. and Dean, M.C. In: Proceedings, 10th Congress Union Internationale des Sciences Prehistoriques et Protohistoriques, Mexico. Eds. Y. Coppens and M.A. de Lumley, pp. 1-46. UISPP.
34. ‘Anal and perianal disorders: anatomy.’

Wood, B.A. In: Colorectal Disease. Eds. J.P.S. Thomson, R.J. Nicholls and

C.B. Williams, pp. 318-321. Heinemann Medical, London.


35. ‘Early archaeological sites, hominid remains and traces of fire from Chesowanja,

Kenya.’


Gowlett, J.A.J., Harris, J.W.K., Walton, D. and Wood, B.A. Nature,

294: 125-129.
A letter responding to a comment by Glynn Isaac was published as Gowlett, J.A.J., Harris, J.W.K., and Wood, B.A. (1982) Nature, 296: 870.
36. 1982 ‘Basicranial anatomy of Plio-Pleistocene hominids from East and South Africa.’

Dean, M.C. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 59: 157-174.


37. 1983 ‘Analysis of the dental morphology of Plio-Pleistocene hominids I. Mandibular

molars: crown area measurements and morphological traits.’



Wood, B.A. and Abbott, S.A. J. Anat., 136: 197-219.
38. ‘The allometry of relative cusp size in hominoid mandibular molars.’

Hills, M., Graham, S.H., and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol.,



62: 311-316.
39. ‘Analysis of the dental morphology of Plio-Pleistocene hominids II.

Mandibular molars - study of cusp areas, fissure pattern and cross sectional

shape of the crown.’

Wood, B.A., Abbott, S.A., and Graham, S.H. J. Anat., 137: 287-314.
40. 1984 ‘Interpreting the dental peculiarities of the ‘robust’ australopithecines.’

Wood, B.A. In: Food Acquisition and Processing in Primates.

Eds. D.J. Chivers, B.A. Wood and A. Bilsborough, pp. 335-544.

Plenum, London.
41. ‘Regression lines, size and allometry.’

Hills, M. and Wood, B.A. In: Food Acquisition and Processing in Primates. Eds. D. J. Chivers, B.A. Wood and A. Bilsborough, pp. 557-567. Plenum, London.


42. ‘The origin of Homo erectus.’

Wood, B.A. Cour. Forsch. Inst. Senckenberg, 69: 99-111.
43. ‘Phylogeny, neoteny and growth of the cranial base in hominoids.’

Dean, M.C. and Wood, B.A. Folia primatol., 43: 157-180.


44. 1985 ‘Sexual dimorphism in the hominid fossil record.’

Wood, B.A. In: Sexual Dimorphism. Eds. J. Ghesquiere, R.D. Martin,

and F. Newcombe, pp. 105-123. Taylor and Francis, London.


45. ‘Early Homo in Kenya and its systematic relationships.’

Wood, B.A. In: Ancestors - The Hard Evidence. Ed. E. Delson, pp. 206-214. Alan Liss, New York.

46. 1985 ‘Anatomy of the anal sphincters and pelvic floor.’



Wood, B.A. In: Coloproctology and the Pelvic Floor. Eds. M.M. Henry

and M. Swash, pp. 3-21. Butterworths, London.


47. ‘A reappraisal of variation in hominid mandibular corpus dimensions.’

Chamberlain, A.T. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 66: 399-405.


48. ‘A review of the definition, distribution and relationships of Australopithecus

africanus.’

Wood, B.A. In: The Past, Present and Future of Hominid Evolution.

Ed. P.V. Tobias, pp. 227-232. Alan Liss, New York.


49. ‘Un nouvel hominide a Baringo, Kenya.’

Van Noten, F. and Wood, B.A. L’Anthropologie, 89: 141-143.


50. 1986 ‘Australopithecus: grade or clade?’

Wood, B.A. and Chamberlain, A.T. In: Major Topics in Primate and Human

Evolution. Eds. B.A. Wood, L. Martin and A. Bilsborough, pp. 220-248.

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.


51. ‘The nature, origin and fate of Homo erectus.’

Bilsborough, A. and Wood, B.A. In: Major Topics in Primate and Human



Evolution. Eds. B.A. Wood, L. Martin and A. Bilsborough, pp. 220-248.

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.


52. ‘Preliminary observations on the BK 8518 mandible from Baringo, Kenya.’

Wood, B.A. and Van Noten, F. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 69: 117-127.
53. ‘Evidence for dietary specialization in the ‘robust’ australopithecines.’

Wood, B.A. and Ellis, M. Anthropos, 23: 101-124.
54. ‘Variations in enamel thickness and structure in East African hominids.’

Beynon, A.D. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 70: 177-193.


55. ‘Were the "robust" australopithecines dietary specialists?’

Wood, B.A. S. Afr. J. Sci., 82: 86-87.
56. ‘The primate pelvis: allometry or sexual dimorphism?’

Wood, B.A. and Chamberlain, A.T. J. Hum. Evol., 15: 257-263.
57. ‘Patterns of allometry in modern human femora.’

Wood, B.A. and Wilson, G.B. In: Variation, Culture and Evolution in African

Populations. Eds. R. Singer and J.K. Lundy, pp. 101-108. Witwatersrand

University Press, Johannesburg.


58. ‘Patterns of basicranial anatomy in hominid evolution: an exercise in systematic and phylogenetic analysis.’

Wood, B.A. and Dean, M.C. In: Definition et origines de L’Homme. Ed. M.

Sakka, pp. 239-246. CNRS, Paris.


59. ‘Phylogenetic analysis of early hominids: comment.’

Chamberlain, A.T. and Wood, B.A. Curr. Anthropol., 27: 36-37.


60. 1987 ‘Pattern and rates of enamel growth in the molar teeth of early hominids.’

Beynon, A.D. and Wood, B.A. Nature, 326: 493-496.

61. 1987 ‘Analysis of the dental morphology of Plio-Pleistocene hominids III. Mandibular

premolar crowns.’



Wood, B.A. and Uytterschaut, H. J. Anat., 154: 121-156.
62. ‘Early hominid phylogeny.’

Chamberlain, A.T. and Wood, B.A. J. Hum. Evol., 16: 119-133.


63. ‘The nature and affinities of the ‘robust’ australopithecines: a review.’

Wood, B.A. and Chamberlain, A.T. J. Hum. Evol., 16: 625-641.
64. 1988 ‘Analysis of the dental morphology of Plio-Pleistocene hominids IV. Mandibular

postcanine root morphology.’



Wood, B.A., Abbott, S.A. and Uytterschaut, H. J. Anat., 156: 107-139.
65. ‘Cranial morphology of early hominids I. Facial region.’

Bilsborough, A. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 76: 61-86.


66. ‘Analysis of the dental morphology of Plio-Pleistocene hominids V. Maxillary

postcanine tooth morphology.’



Wood, B.A. and Engleman, C.A. J. Anat., 161: 1-35.
67. ‘A probabalistic approach to the problem of sexual dimorphism in Homo habilis: a comparison of KNM-ER 1470 and KNM-ER 1813.’

Lieberman, D.E., Pilbeam, D.R. and Wood, B.A. J. Hum. Evol., 17: 503-511.


68. ‘Are ‘robust’ australopithecines a monophyletic group?’

Wood, B.A. In: Evolutionary History of the "Robust" Australopithecines.

Ed. F.E. Grine, pp. 269-284. Aldine de Gruyter, New York.


69. 1989 ‘Comparative anatomy of the forelimb veins of primates.’

Thiranagama, R., Chamberlain, A.T. and Wood, B.A. J. Anat.,



164: 131-144.
70. ‘Valves in superficial limb veins of human and non-human primates.’

Thiranagama, R., Chamberlain, A.T. and Wood, B.A. Clinical Anatomy,



2: 135-145.
71. ‘Hominid relationships: a cladistic perspective.’

Wood, B.A. Proc. Aust. Soc. Hum. Biol., 2: 83-102.
72. ‘Relatives, Ancestors, Molecules and Sex.’

Wood, B.A. Proc. Aust. Soc. Hum. Biol., 2: 3-22.
73. ‘Hominid diversity in the Plio-Pleistocene.’

Wood, B.A. Ossa, 14: 19-31.
74. 1990 ‘Position and orientation of the foramen magnum in higher primates.’

Luboga, S.A. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 81: 67-76.


75. 1991 ‘Intraspecific variation and sexual dimorphism in cranial and dental variables among higher primates, and their bearing on the hominid fossil record.’

Wood, B.A., Li, Yu and Willoughby, C. J. Anat., 174: 185-205.
76. 1991 ‘Variation in the Lufeng dental remains.’

Wood, B.A. and Xu, Q. J. Hum. Evol., 20(4): 291-311.

77. ‘The superficial venous system of the primate forelimb: a case study in character

phylogeny.’

Thiranagama, R., Chamberlain, A.T. and Wood, B.A. Folia primatol.,



57: 181-190.
78. ‘A palaeontological model for determining the limits of early hominid taxonomic

variability.’



Wood, B.A. Palaeont. afr., 28: 69-75.
79. 1992 ‘Origin and early evolution of genus Homo.’

Wood, B.A. Nature, 355: 783-790.
80. ‘Anatomy of the anal sphincters and pelvic floor.’

Wood, B.A. and Kelly, A.J. In: Coloproctology and the Pelvic Floor, 2nd Ed. Eds. M.M. Henry and M. Swash, pp. 3-19. Butterworths, London.
81. ‘Early hominid species and speciation.’

Wood, B.A. J. Hum. Evol., 22: 351-365.
82. 1993 ‘Early Homo: how many species?’

Wood, B.A. In: Species, Species Concepts and Primate Evolution,

Eds. W.H. Kimbel and L.B. Martin., pp. 485-522. Plenum, New York.


83. ‘Taxonomic and geographic diversity in "robust" australopithecines and other

African Plio-Pleistocene mammals.’

Turner, A. and Wood, B.A. J. Hum. Evol., 24: 147-168.
84. ‘Comparative palaeontological context for the evolution of the early hominid

masticatory system.’

Turner, A. and Wood, B.A. J. Hum. Evol., 24: 301-318.
85. ‘Patterns of hominid evolution in Africa.’

Wood, B.A. 26th Raymond Dart Memorial Lecture. pp. 1-34. Witwatersrand University Press.
86. 1994 ‘Hominid paleobiology: recent achievements and challenges’.

Wood, B.A. In: Integrative pathways to the past: paleoanthropological

advances in Honor of F. Clark Howell. Eds. R.S. Corruccini and R.L. Ciochon,

pp. 147-165. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.


87. ‘Taxonomy and evolutionary relationships of Homo erectus.’

Wood, B.A. In: 100 years of Pithecanthropus. The Homo erectus problem. Ed J.L. Franzen. pp. 159-165. Forschunginstitut Senckenberg, Frankfurt am Main.

(also Cour. Forsch. Inst. Senckenberg, 171: 159-165).


88. ‘Early hominid labyrinthine morphology and its possible implications for the origin of human bipedal locomotion.’

Spoor, F., Wood, B.A. and Zonneveld, F. Nature, 369: 645-648.


89. ‘Further analysis of mandibular molar crown and cusp areas in Pliocene and early

Pleistocene hominids.’

Suwa, G., Wood, B.A. and White, T.D. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 93: 407-426.
90. 1994 ‘Paranthropus boisei - an example of evolutionary stasis?’

Wood, B.A., Wood, C.W. and Konigsberg, L.W. Am. J. phys. Anthropol.,

95: 117-136.
91. ‘Cranial variables as predictors of hominine body mass.’

Aiello, L.C. and Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 95: 409-426.


92. 1995 ‘The role of time and timing in hominid dental evolution.’

Macho, G. and Wood, B.A. Evol. Anthrop., 4(1): 17-31.


93. ‘Influence of global climate change and regional uplift on large mammal evolution in East and southern Africa.’

Partridge, T., Wood, B.A. and de Menocal, P. In: Paleoclimate and evolution



with emphasis on human origins. Eds. E.S. Vrba et al, pp. 331-355. Yale University Press, New Haven.
94. ‘Evolution of the early hominin masticatory system: mechanisms, events and

triggers.’



Wood, B.A. In: Paleoclimate and evolution with emphasis on human origins,

Eds. E.S. Vrba et al, pp. 438-448. Yale University Press, New Haven.


95. ‘Evolution of modern human dental ontogeny revisited.’

Macho, G.A. and Wood, B.A. Anthropologie, 33: 57-62.


96. 1996 ‘Hominid palaeobiology - have studies of comparative development come of age?’

Wood, B.A. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 99: 9-15.
97. ‘Homoplasy and early Homo: an analysis of the evolutionary relationships of H.

habilis sensu stricto and H. rudolfensis.’

Lieberman, D.E., Wood, B.A. and Pilbeam, D.E. J. Hum. Evol., 30: 97-120.


98. ‘Evidence of a link between human semicircular canal size and bipedal behaviour.’

Spoor, F., Zonneveld, F. and Wood, B.A. J. Hum. Evol., 30: 183-187.


99. ‘Biology and body size in human evolution: statistical inference misapplied.’

Wood, B.A. and Collard, M. Curr. Anthrop., 37: 474-475.
100. ‘Homo habilis: variability and its significance.’

Wood, B.A. 13th UISPP Congress. In: The first humans and their

manifestations. Ed. F. Facchini, 39-51. A.B.A.C.O, Forli.
101. ‘Assessing the pelvis of AL 288-1.’

Wood, B.A. and Quinney, P.S. J. Hum. Evol., 31: 563-568.
102. ‘Human evolution.’

Wood, B.A. Bioessays, 18 (No.12): 945-954.
103. ‘Origin and evolution of the genus Homo.’

Wood, B.A. Cal. J. Science, Memoir 21: 105-114.
104. 1997 ‘Grades and the evolutionary history of early African hominids.’

Wood, B.A. and Collard, M. In: Archaeological Sciences, 1995. Oxbow Monograph No. 64. Eds. A. Sinclair, E. Slater and J. Gowlett, pp. 445-448. Oxbow Books, Oxford.
105. 1998 ‘Taxonomic and functional implications of mandibular scaling in early hominins.’

Wood, B.A. and Aiello, L.C. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 105: 523-538.
106. 1998 ‘Laser scanning and palaeoanthropology: an example from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania.’

Aiello, L.C., Wood, B.A., Key, C. and Wood, C. In: Primate Locomotion:



Recent Advances. Eds. E. Strasser, J.G. Fleagle, A.L. Rosenberger and H.M.

McHenry, pp. 223-236. Plenum Press, New York.


107. ‘A technique for establishing the identity of ‘isolated’ fossil hominin limb bones.’

Wood, B.A., Aiello, L.C., Wood, C. and Key, C. J. Anat., 193: 61-72.
108. ‘Evolution of the gibbon subgenera inferred from cytochrome b DNA sequence

data.’


Hall, L. M., Jones, D.S. and Wood, B.A. Mol. Phyl. and Evol.,

10(3): 281-286.


  1. 1999 ‘Is Homo defined by culture?’

Wood, B.A. and Collard, M.C. In: Proc. Brit. Acad.: World Prehistory: Studies in Memory of Grahame Clark. pp.11-23. Oxford University Press, New York.
110. ‘Homo rudolfensis Alexeev, 1986 - fact or phantom?’

Wood, B.A. J. Hum. Evol., 36: 115-118.
111. ‘Plio-Pleistocene hominins from the Baringo Region, Kenya.’

Wood, B.A. In: Late Cenozoic Environments and Hominid Evolution: a tribute to Bill Bishop. pp. 113-122. Geological Society, London.


  1. ‘The Human Genus.’

Wood, B. and Collard, M. Science, 284: 65-71.
113. ‘Grades among the African early Hominins: Functions, Adaptations and Grades.’

Collard, M. and Wood, B.A. In: African biogeography, climate change and early hominid evolution. Eds. T. Bromage and F. Schrenk, pp. 316-327. Oxford University Press, New York.


114. ‘Morphological and taxonomic affinities of the Olduvai ulna (OH 36).’

Aiello, L.C., Wood, B.A., Key, C. and Lewis, M. Am. J. phys. Anthropol.,



109 (1): 89-110.
115. ‘Early hominid biogeography.’

Strait, D. and Wood, B.A. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 96: 9196-9200.


116. ‘The changing face of genus Homo.

Wood, B. and Collard, M. Evol. Anthropol., 8 (6): 195-207.
117. 2000 ‘Assessing exact randomization methods for determining the taxonomic significance of variability in the hominin fossil record.’

Aiello, L.C., Collard, M., Thackeray, J.F. and Wood, B.A. S. Afr. J. Sci., 96 (4): 179-184.


118. ‘How reliable are human phylogenetic hypotheses?’

Collard, M. and Wood, B.A. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 97: 5003-5006.


119. ‘Investigating human evolutionary history.’

Wood, B.A. J. Anat., 197: 3-17.
120. 2000 ‘Human evolution: taxonomy and paleobiology.’

Wood, B.A. and Richmond, B. J. Anat., 97: 19-60.
121. ‘Soft-tissue characters in higher primate phylogenetics.’

Gibbs, S., Collard, M. and Wood, B. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 97: 11130-11132.


122. ‘The history of the genus Homo.’

Wood, B.A. Hum. Evol., 15 (No. 1-2): 39-49.
123. ‘Systematics of Humankind.’

Cela-Conde, C.J., Aguirre, E., Ayala, F.J., Tobias, P.V., Turbon, D., Aiello, L.C.,

Collard, M., Goodman, M., Groves, C.P., Clark Howell, F., Schwartz, J.H., Strait, D.S., Szalay, F., Tattersall, I., Wolpoff, M.H., and Wood, B. Ludus Vitalis, 7 (No. 13): 127-130 (also published in 2003: Naturaleza Y Diversidad Humana Eds. R.G. Lombardo, J.M. Contreras and J.L.V. Cortés. pp. 1-5. Centro de Estudios Filosóficos, Políticos y Sociales Vicente Lombardo Toledano, México).
124. ‘Old and new paradigms in the study of human evolution.’

Wood, B. Rivista de Antropologia, 78: 17-34.
125. 2001 ‘Evolving interpretations of Homo.’

Wood, B. and Collard, M. In: Humanity from African Naissance to Coming Millenia. Eds. P.V. Tobias, R. Rath, J. Moggi-Cecchi and G. Doyle. pp. 141-146. Firenze University Press, Florence.
126. ‘How reliable are current estimates of fossil catarrhine phylogeny? An assessment using extant great apes and Old World monkeys.’

Collard, M. and Wood B. In: Hominid Evolution and Climate Change in Europe. Phylogeny of the Neogene Hominoid Primates of Eurasia. Vol. 2. Eds. L. de Bonis, G.D. Koufous, and P. Andrews. pp. 118-150. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.


127. ‘Testing the taxonomic integrity of Paranthropus boisei sensu stricto.’

Silverman, N., Richmond, B. and Wood, B. Am. J. phys. Anthropol.,



115 (2): 167-178.
128. ‘Comparative context of Plio-Pleistocene hominin brain evolution.’

Elton, S., Bishop, L.C. and Wood, B. J. Hum. Evol., 41: 1-27.


129. ‘Craniodental variation in Paranthropus boisei: a developmental and functional

perspective.’ Wood, B. and Lieberman, D.E. Am. J. phys. Anthropol.,



116: 13-25.


  1. ‘Homoplasy and the early hominid masticatory system: inferences from analyses of extant hominoids and papionins.’

Collard, M. and Wood, B. J. Hum. Evol., 41: 167-194.


  1. ‘The meaning of Homo.’

Wood, B. and Collard, M. Ludus Vitalis, 9(15): 63-74 (also published in 2003: Naturaleza Y Diversidad Humana Eds. R.G. Lombardo, J.M. Contreras and J.L.V. Cortés. pp. 329-342. Centro de Estudios Filosóficos, Políticos y Sociales Vicente Lombardo Toledano, México).
132. 2002 ‘Soft tissue anatomy of the extant hominoids: a review and phylogenetic analysis.’

Gibbs, S., Collard, M. and Wood, B. J. Anat., 200: 3-49.


133. 2002 ‘Early hominin limb proportions.’

Richmond, B.G., Aiello, L.C., and Wood, B.A. J. Hum. Evol., 43: 529-548.


134. ‘Older than the Oldowan? Rethinking the emergence of hominin tool use.’

Panger, M.A., Brooks, A.S., Richmond, B.G., and Wood, B. Evol. Anthrop., 11(6): 235-245.


135. ‘Stature-at-death of KNM-WT 15000.’

Ohman, J.C., Wood, C., Wood, B., Crompton, R.H., Gunther, M.M., Yu L., Savage, R. and Wang, W. Hum. Evol., 17(3-4): 129-142.


136. 2004 ‘Patterns of resource use in early Homo and Paranthropus.’

Wood, B. and Strait, D. J. Hum. Evol., 46(2): 119-162.
137. ‘Human origins: life at the top of the tree.’

Wood, B. and Constantino, P. In: Assembling the Tree of Life, Eds. J. Cracraft and M.J. Donoghue, pp. 517-535. New York: Oxford University Press.
138. ‘Interobserver error involved in independent attempts to measure cusp base areas of Pan M1s.’

Bailey, S.E., Pilbrow, V.C. and Wood, B.A. J. Anat., 205: 323-331.


139. ‘Paranthropus paleobiology.’

Constantino, P. and Wood, B. In: Miscelnea en homenaje a Emiliano Aguirre Vol. III: Paleoantropologia. pp. 136-151. Madrid: Museo Arqueolûcico Regional.


140. 2005 ‘A tale of two taxa.’

Wood, B. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa. 60 (2): 91-94.
141. ‘Early evolution of the foot.’

Griffin, N.L. and Wood, B. In: The Human Foot: A companion to clinical studies, Eds. L. Klenerman and B. Wood, pp. 1-25. London: Springer-Verlag.


142. ‘Recent evolution of the human foot.’

Griffin, N.L. and Wood, B. In: The Human Foot: A companion to clinical studies, Eds. L. Klenerman and B. Wood, pp. 27-79. London: Springer-Verlag.


143. 2006 ‘The evolution of modern human life history – a paleontological perspective’

Skinner, M. and Wood, B. In: The Evolution of Modern Human Life History. Eds. K. Hawkes and R. Paine, pp. 331-364. School of American Research, Santa Fe.


144. ‘Palaeoecology of Kolpochoerus heseloni (= K. limnetes): a multiproxy approach.’

Bishop, L.C., King, T., Hill, A., Wood, B. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa, 61(2): 81-88.


145. ‘Whose diet? An introduction to the hominin fossil record.’

Henry, A. and Wood, B. In: Early Hominin Diets: The Known, the Unknown and the Unknowable. Ed. P. Ungar, pp. 11-28. New York: Oxford University Press.


146. ‘Hominin homoiology: An assessment of the impact of phenotypic plasticity on phylogenetic analyses of humans and their fossil relatives.’

Collard, M. and Wood, B. J. Hum. Evol., 52: 573-584.


147. 2007 ‘The hominin fossil record and the emergence of the modern human central nervous system.’

de Sousa, A. and Wood, B. In: Evolution of Nervous Systems: A Comprehensive Reference. Vol. 4: The Evolution of Primate Nervous Systems. Ed. J.H. Kaas, pp. 291-336. Oxford: Elsevier.

148. ‘Masticatory biomechanics and its relevance to early hominid phylogeny: An examination of palatal thickness using finite element analysis.’

Strait, D.S., Richmond, B.G., Spencer, M.A., Ross, C.F., Dechow, P. and Wood, B.



J. Hum. Evol., 52: 585-599.
149. ‘Defining the genus Homo.’

Collard, M. and Wood, B. In: Handbook of Paleoanthropology. Volume 3. Phylogeny of Hominids. Eds. W. Henke and I. Tattersall, pp. 1575-1611. Springer: Berlin.


150. ‘The evolution of Zinjanthropus boisei.’

Constantino, P. and Wood, B. Evol. Anthropol., 16 (2): 49-62.


151. ‘Trends in postcanine occlusal morphology within the hominin clade: the case of Paranthropus.’

Bailey S.E. and Wood, B.A. In: Dental perspectives on human evolution: State of the art research in dental paleoanthropology. Eds. S.E. Bailey and J-J. Hublin, pp. 33-52. Dordrecht: Springer.


152. ‘Dental development.’

Wood, B. In: Dental perspectives on human evolution: State of the art research in dental paleoanthropology. Eds. S.E. Bailey and J-J. Hublin, pp. 231-235. Dordrecht: Springer.
153. ‘Paranthropus boisei: fifty years of fossil evidence and analysis.’

Wood, B. and Constantino, P. Yb. Phys. Anthropol., 50: 106-132.
154. ‘Sir Wilfrid Le Gros Clark: The making of a paleoanthropologist.’

Wood, B. In: Elwyn Simons: A Search for Origins. Eds. J.G. Fleagle and C.C. Gilbert, pp. 19-33. New York: Springer.
155. 2008 ‘Dental trait expression at the enamel-dentine junction of lower molars in extant and fossil hominoids.’

Skinner, M.M., Wood, B. A., Boesch, C., Olejniczak, A.J., Rosas, A., Smith, T. M., and Hublin, J-J. J. Hum. Evol., 54(2): 173-186.


156. ‘The hominin fossil record: taxa, grades and clades.’

Wood, B. and Lonergan, N.L. J. Anat., 212: 354-376.
157. ‘Hominin life history: reconstruction and evolution.’

Robson, S.L. and Wood, B. J. Anat., 212: 394-425.


158. ‘Cranial base evolution within the hominin clade.’

Nevell, L. and Wood, B. J. Anat., 212: 455-468.


159. ‘Inferences regarding the diet of extinct hominins: structural and functional trends in dental and mandibular morphology within the hominin clade’

Lucas, P.W. Constantino, P.J. and Wood, B. A. J. Anat., 212: 486-500.


160. ‘Dental enamel as a dietary indicator in mammals’

Lucas, P.W., Constantino, P., Wood, B.A. and Lawn, B.R. Bioessays, 30: 374-285.

161. 2008 ‘The Homo floresiensis cranium (LB1): Size, scaling and early Homo affinities.’

Gordon, A.D., Nevell, L. and Wood, B. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 105: 4650-4655.


162. ‘Enamel-dentine junction (EDJ) morphology distinguishes the lower molars of Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus robustus.’

Skinner, M., Wood, B.A. and Hublin, J- J. J. Hum. Evol., 55: 979-988.


163. 'From fish to modern humans – comparative anatomy, homologies and evolution of the head and neck musculature.'

Diogo, R., Abdala, V., Lonergan, N. and Wood, B. J. Anat., 213: 391-424.


164. ‘Hominid mandibular corpus shape variation and its utility for recognizing species diversity within fossil Homo.

Lague, M.R., Collard, N.J., Richmond, B.G. and Wood, B.A. J. Anat., 213: 670-685.


165. 'Which is the more 'evolved' in modern humans, the hand or the foot?'

Wood, B. Foot and Ankle Surgery., 14: 142-144.
166. 2009 ‘Protostylid expression at the enamel-dentine junction and enamel surface of mandibular molars of Paranthropus robustus and Australopithecus africanus.’

Skinner, M., Wood, B.A. and Hublin, J- J. J. Hum. Evol., 56: 76-85.


167. ‘The feeding biomechanics and dietary ecology of Australopithecus africanus.’

Strait, D.S., Weber, G.W., Neubauer, S., Chalk, J., Richmond, B.G., Lucas, P.W., Spencer, M.A., Schrein, C., Dechow, P C., Ross, C.F., Grosse, I.R., Wright, B.W., Constantino, P., Wood, B.A., Lawn, B., Wang, Q., Slice, D., Byron, C., Smith, A.L. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106: 2124-2129.


168. ‘Evolution of M1 crown size and cusp proportions in the genus Homo.’

Quam, R., Bailey, S., and Wood, B. J. Anat., 214: 655-670.


169. 'From fish to modern humans – comparative anatomy, homologies and evolution of the pectoral and forelimb musculature.'

Diogo, R., Abdala, V., Lonergan, N. and Wood, B. J. Anat., 214: 694-716.


170. ‘Discrimination of extant Pan species and subspecies using the enamel-dentine junction morphology of lower molars.’

Skinner, M. M., Gunz, P., Wood, B.A., Boesch, C., and Hublin, J-J. Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 140: 234-243.


171. ‘Where does the genus Homo begin, and how would we know?’

Wood, B. In: The First Humans: Origins of the Genus Homo. Eds. F.E. Grine, J.G. Fleagle and R.E. Leakey. p. 17-28. New York: Springer.
172. ‘On the origin, homologies and evolution of primate facial muscles, with a particular focus on hominoids and a suggested unifying nomenclature for the facial muscles of the Mammalia.’

Diogo, R., Wood, B., Aziz, A. and Burrows, A. J. Anat., 215: 300-319.


173. 2010 ‘How many landmarks? Assessing the classification accuracy of Pan lower molars using a geometric morphometric analysis of the occlusal basin as seen at the enamel-dentine junction.’

Skinner, M.M., Gunz, P., Wood, B.A, and Hublin, J-J. In: Comparative Dental Morphology, Eds. T. Koppe, Meyer, G. and Alt, K.W. pp. 23-29. Basel: Karger.


174. 2010 ‘Hominini’

MacLatchy, L.M., DeSilva, J., Sanders, W.J. and Wood, B. In: Cenozoic Mammals of Africa, Eds. L. Werdelin and W. J. Sanders. pp. 471-545. Berkeley: University of California Press.


175. ‘Systematics, Taxonomy, and Phylogenetics: Ordering Life, Past and Present’

Wood, B. In: Companion to Physical Anthropology. Ed. C.S. Larsen. pp. 56-73. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
176. ‘Reconstructing Human Evolution: Achievements, Challenges and Opportunities’

Wood, B. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107 (Supplement 2): 8902-8909.

(N.B., Also available as a book chapter in In the Light of Evolution IV: The Human Condition, 2010, Eds. John C. Avise and Francisco J. Ayala. pp. 5-26. Washington DC: The National Academies Press.)


177. 2011 ‘The evolutionary context of the first hominins’

Wood, Bernard and Harrison, Terry. Nature, 470: 347-352.
178. ‘Soft-tissue anatomy of the primates: phylogenetic analyses based on the muscles of the head, neck, pectoral region and upper limb, with notes on the evolution of these muscles.’ Diogo, R. and Wood, B. J. Anat. 219: 273–359.
179. ‘Expression of myosin heavy chain isoforms in the supraspinatus muscle of different primate species: implications for the study of the adaptation of primate shoulder muscles to different locomotor modes’

Potau, J.M., Artells, R, Bello, G., Muñoz, C., Monzó, M., Pastor, J.F., de Paz, F., Barbosa, M., Diogo, R. and Wood, B. Int. J. Primatol., 32: 931–944.


180. ‘Evolution in the genus Homo

Wood, Bernard and Baker, Jennifer. Ann. Rev. Ecol., Evol. and Syst. 42: 47–69.
181. ‘The Omo-Turkana Basin Fossil Hominins and Their Contribution to Our Understanding of Human Evolution in Africa’

Wood, Bernard and Leakey, Meave. Evol. Anthropol. 20: 264-292.
182. 2012 ‘Evidence for the production of speech in the fossil record’

Wood, Bernard A. and Bauernfeind, Amy L.

In: Oxford Handbook of Language Evolution. Eds. Tallerman, M and Gibson, K. pp. 258-272. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.


183. ‘Microwear, mechanics and the feeding adaptations of Australopithecus africanus

Strait, D.S., Weber, G.W., Constantino, P., Lucas, P.W., Richmond, B.R., Spencer, M.A., Dechow, P.C., Ross, C.F., Grosse, I.R., Wright, B.W., Wood, B.A., Wang, Q. Byron, C., Slice, D.E. J. Hum. Evol. 62: 165-168.


184. ‘Violation of Dollo's law: evidence of muscle reversions in primate phylogeny and their implications for the understanding of the ontogeny, evolution and anatomical variations of modern humans’

Diogo, R. and Wood, B. Evolution 66 (10): 3267-3276.


185. ‘Molar development and crown areas in early Australopithecus

Lacruz, R.S., Ramirez Rozzi, F.V., Wood, B.A., and Bromage, T.G.



Am. J. phys. Anthropol. 148: 632-640.

186. 2012 ‘Evolution and homologies of modern human hand and forearm muscles: thumb movements and tool use’

Diogo, R., Richmond, B.G. and Wood, B. J. Hum. Evol. 63: 64-78.
187. ‘Reconstructing the diet of an extinct hominin taxon: the role of extant primate models’

Wood, Bernard and Schroer, Kes. Int. J. Primatol., 33(3): 716–742.

188. ‘Comparative anatomy of the lower limb muscles of hominoids: attachments, relative weights, innervation and functional morphology’

Ferrero, E.M., Pastor, J.F., Fernandez, F.D.P., Cachorro, M.B., Diogo, R and Wood, B., In: Primates: Classification, evolution and behavior. Eds. Hughes E.F. and Hill M.E. pp. 1-70, Hauppauge, US, Nova Science Publishers.

189. ‘A major reason to study muscle anatomy: Myology as a tool for evolutionary, developmental, and systematic biology’

Diogo, Rui, Matthews, Luke J. and Wood, Bernard. Biol. Syst., 1(1): 1000102.
190. 2013 ‘Evolution of hominin postcanine macromorphology: A comparative meta-analysis’

Kes Schroer and Bernard Wood. In: Anthropological Perspectives on Tooth Morphology: Genetics, Evolution, Variation. Eds. Scott, G. Richard and Irish, Joel D. pp. 170-200. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


191. ‘First comparative study of morphological and molecular evolutionary rates within primates: implications for the tempo and mode of primate and human evolution’.

Diogo, R., Peng. Z. and Wood, B. J. Anat. 222 (4): 410–418. doi: 10.1111/joa.12024 (published online January 2013)


192. ‘Paranthropus

Wood, B. and Schroer, K. In: Companion to Paleoanthropology. Ed. D. Begun. pp. 457-478. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
193. ‘The broader evolutionary lessons to be learned from a comparative and phylogenetic analysis of primate muscle morphology’.

Diogo, R. and Wood, B. Biol. Revs. 88 (4): 944–954.

doi: 10.1111/brv.12039
194. ‘Stable isotope-based diet reconstructions of Turkana Basin hominins’.

Cerling, T.E., Manthi, F.K., Mbua, E. Leakey, L.N., Leakey, M.G., Leakey, R.E., Brown, F.H., Grine, F.E., Hart, J.A., Kalem, P., Riche, H. Uno, K.T. and Wood, B.A.



Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 110 (26): 10501–10506.

doi:10.1073/pnas.1222579110/-/DC Supplemental.


195. ‘Isotopic Evidence of Early Hominin Diets: Past, Present, and Future’.

Sponheimer, M., Alemseged, Z., Cerling, T.E., Grine, F.E., Kimbel, W.H., Leakey, M.G., Manthi, F.K., Reed, K., Wood, B.A., and Wynn, J.G.



Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 110 (26): 10513–10518.

doi:10.1073/pnas. 1222568110/-/DC Supplemental.


Reply to Fontes-Villalba et al.: ‘On a reluctance to conjecture about animal food consumption.’

Sponheimer, M., Alemseged, Z., Cerling, T.E., Grine, F.E., Kimbel, W.H., Leakey, M.G., Lee-Thorp, J.A., Manthi, F.K., Reed, K.E., Wood, B.A., Wynn, J.G.



Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 110 (43): E4056
196. 2013 ‘Diet and dietary adaptations in early hominins: the hard food perspective.’ Strait, D.S., Constantino, P., Lucas, P.W., Richmond, B.G., Spencer, M.A., Dechow, P.C., Ross, C.F., Grosse, I.R., Wright, B.W., Wood, B.A., Weber, G.W., Wang, Q., Byron, C., Slice, D.E., Chalk, J., Smith, A.L., Smith, L.C., Wood, S., Berthaume, M., Benazzi, S., Dzialo, C., Tamvada, K., and Ledogar, J.A.

Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 151: 339-355.

doi: 10.1002/ajpa.22285


197. ‘Variation in mandibular postcanine dental morphology and hominin species representation in Member 4, Sterkfontein, South Africa.’

Grine, Frederick E., Delanty Marcia M., and Wood, Bernard A.

In: The Paleobiology of Australopithecus. Ed. K. Reed. pp. 125-146. New York: Springer.
198. ‘Evaluating the use of pairwise dissimilarity metrics in paleoanthropology.’

Gordon, Adam D. and Wood, Bernard.



J. Hum. Evol., 65: 465-477.

doi: 10.1016/j.jhevol.2013.08.002


199. ‘Great Ape Skeletal Collections: Making the Most of Scarce and Irreplaceable Resources in the Digital Age.’

Gordon, Adam D., Marcus, Emily and Wood, Bernard.



Am. J. phys. Anthropol., 57: 2-32.

doi: 10.1002/ajpa.22391


200. 2014 ‘First Early Hominin from Central Africa (Ishango, Democratic Republic of Congo)’

Crevecoeur, I., Skinner, M.M., Bailey, S.E., Gunz, P., Bortoluzzi, S., Brooks, A.S., Burlet, C., Cornelissen, E., De Clerck, N., Maureille, B., Semal, P., Vanbrabant, Y. and Wood, B. PLoS. 9(1): e84652.

doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0084652



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