Genomic and cranial phenotype data support multiple modern human dispersals from Africa and a southern route into Asia

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Reyes-Centeno, H.; Ghirotto, S.; Détroit, F.; Grimaud-Hervé, D.; Barbujani, G.; Harvati, K.;
  • Publisher: National Academy of Sciences
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1073/pnas.1323666111, pmc: PMC4034217
  • Subject: [SDU.STU.PG]Sciences of the Universe [physics]/Earth Sciences/Paleontology | [SHS.ANTHRO-BIO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Biological anthropology | [SHS.ARCHEO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Archaeology and Prehistory | Biological Sciences

Current consensus indicates that modern humans originated from an ancestral African population between ∼100–200 ka. The ensuing dispersal pattern is controversial, yet has important implications for the demographic history and genetic/phenotypic structure of extant huma... View more
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