Biomolecular archaeology: genetic approaches to the past
Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Jun 30, 2005 - Science - 246 pages
Projects presented are aimed at understanding the population histories of the Americas, Africa, Europe, and the Pacific at local, regional, and continental scales. Samples come from living humans, plants, animals, and skeletal remains.
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Native American Groups
mtDNA Diversity at the Archaeological Site of Chen Chen in Peru
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aDNA African American African populations American Journal amplification Anasazi ancient DNA Andres archaeological argyrosperma Arizona Aztecs biological bone burials Carlyle Cemetery Central Chen Chen coffin Cucurbita Cucurbitaceae cultural David Decker-Walters distribution diversity domesticated Eastern ecuadorensis edited ethnic evidence excavated extraction Figure fraterna genetic variation genome geographic gourds groups haplogroup frequencies haplotypes Hohokam Huaca Human Genetics individuals isozyme Journal of Human Journal of Physical lineages linguistic Lorenz and Smith Malhi markers maternal Merriwether Mesoamerica Mexico migration Mitochondrial DNA Moche Mochica modern human Mogollon molecular moschata mtDNA analysis mtDNA haplogroups Native American neighbor-joining North American Northern Nubian O'Rourke origins ovifera Paabo pattern pepo ssp Peru phylogenetic Physical Anthropology Piperno polymorphisms population history prehistoric Press Pueblo region samples Schurr Shimada Sican Sipan skeletal sororia South America Southern Southwest species studies Svante Paabo taxa tetracycline tion Tiwanaku Tomb Torroni University of Utah Uto-Aztecan Valley W. C. Sturtevant Yuman