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Surname 1 Name Instructor Course Date The Evolution of Hair, Skin and Eye Color in European: I. Introduction In the world, hair, skin and eye color are variable and differ within different populations in different parts of the world. They are defined by geographical, cultural and biological reasons. Many organizations try to figure it out. They use genetic basis to find the regularity. People are in different distribution. They might have a different color. However, in the early society, there is an unbalance between men and women. The proportion of polygamy is small, and the risk of early male mortality is high because the hunting distance is long which will increase the chance of exposure to the dangerous environment. The scenario shows that sexual options best explain the European hair, eyes, and skin color questions. In addition to the aspects above, the research conducted provides information to show that sexual alignment is, in a major way, influenced by the factors, which can be classified to be genetic. This information was obtained after a complete analysis of the difference between homosexuals and heterosexuals using statistical methods taking into consideration four different traits which are known to be directly affected by genetic inheritance. The aspects include the type of blood, color of the eye and the natural color of hair. Furthermore, some evidence exists to support the phenomenon that human partners are more similar based on skin, hair and eye color. To figure out the reason for the evolution of hair, skin and eye color is interesting. It is also amazing to use their regularity to support some phenomenon. Therefore, the research explains that the skin, hair, and eyes vary both within and between human populations. The research shows some evidence of the phenomenon.
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Surname 2 II. Coloring of the hair, skin, and eyes Based on the findings put forward by Sophie, Candille, Devin, Absher and Sandra Beleza, many researchers have engaged in studies to understand the variance of human skin color (3). The scholars have utilized the knowledge of digital spectroscopy to measure skin, hair and eye color in Europeans, commonly known as reflectance. This is a quantitative measurement of the diffusion properties of the skin that embraces modern technology to study the skin when subjected to different light rays. The technology employs the use of photometers, commonly referred to as the spectrophotometers to measure the intensity of the light’s beam and energy as it reflects onto the skin of the human body (Sophie et al. 4). The technology is important as it helps the researchers to conduct studies on how different rays and intensities of sunlight affect the skin, and how the effects can be minimized. As such, the academics can identify how the various light intensities, when subjected to the surface, affect the cells of the skin, and how the same results into the different colors of the skin, hair and the eye.
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