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Books Books 41 - 49 of about 49 related to Deep Ancestry: Inside the Genographic Project.   

Anthropology and the New Genetics

Gísli Pálsson - Medical - 2007 - 268 pages
A broad, fresh perspective on how genetic research redefines what it means to be human, first published in 2007.
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Saxons, Vikings, and Celts: The Genetic Roots of Britain and Ireland

Bryan Sykes - History - 2006 - 306 pages
A study based on a decade-long DNA survey traces the genetic makeup of British Islanders and their descendants, ranging from prehistoric times to the genetic heritage of ...
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Anthropological Genetics: Theory, Methods and Applications

Michael H. Crawford - Medical - 2007 - 476 pages
Volume detailing the effects of the molecular revolution on anthropological genetics and how it redefined the field.
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Genetic Variation and Human Disease: Principles and Evolutionary Approaches

Kenneth M. Weiss - Medical - 1995 - 354 pages
Recent developments in molecular and computational methods have made it possible to identify the genetic basis of any biological trait, and have led to spectacular advances in ...
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Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science

Rosalie David - Social Science - 2008
Egyptian mummies have always aroused popular and scientific interest; however, most modern studies, although significantly increased in number and range, have been published in ...
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Abraham's Children: Race, Identity, and the DNA of the Chosen People

Jon Entine - History - 2007 - 432 pages
Could our sense of who we are really turn on a sliver of DNA? In our multiethnic world, questions of individual identity are becoming increasingly unclear. Now in ABRAHAM'S ...
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The Long Journey of My Little Y Chromosomes: The Origins of One Viking Family

Richard Donovan Glover - Social Science - 2018 - 50 pages
In Central West Africa over a quarter of a million year ago, mankind evolved to become the very first known genetically and anatomically modern humans - Homo Sapiens. 140,000 ...
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