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Age-old phenomenon of roving womanizers
The scientists tested DNA from 389 individuals representing 10 distinct human populations as far apart as the Netherlands, South Africa and Papua New Guinea. By John Von Radowitz, News.scotsman.com online, Sunday 19 September 2004.
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Study reveals a DNA link between Phoenicians and Maltese
Starting with between 500 and 1,000 well-typed samples, they began looking at the Y chromosome, the piece of DNA that traces a purely male line of descent. MaltaMedia on line news, by Ruth Davies, September 19, 2004.
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Native Americans, DNA and the Mormon Church
Research scientist Simon Southerton of Canberra, Australia, states his findings in "Losing a Lost Tribe: Native Americans, DNA, and the Mormon Church.
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Genes Expose Secrets of Sex on the Side
Newswise Online, September, 2004. Source: University of Arizona.
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A Y-Chromosome Census of the British Isles
By Cristian Capelli, et al, Current Biology, Vol. 13, 979-984, May 27, 2003.
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Ancient DNA Reveals Skin Color
Scientists may be able to come closer to how ancient ancestors looked by looking at DNA for skin and hair color. By Anna Salleh, ABC Science Online, July 19, 2004.
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Where We Come From: Recent Advances in Genetics are Starting to Illuminate the Wandering of Early Humans
Written by Nancy Shute, 29 January 2001
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Tracing Ancestry with MtDNA
by Rick Groleau (NOVA Online)
Added: Sep 23, 2004   Hits: 462

Why Y?
The Y Chromosome in the Study of Human Evolution, Migration and Prehistory
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Where We Come From
Recent Advances in Genetics are Starting to Illuminate the Wanderings of Early Humans

by Nancy Shute, 29 January 2001
Added: Sep 23, 2004   Hits: 485



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