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Testing Migration Patterns and Estimating Founding Population Size in Polynesia by Using Human mtDNA Sequences

The hypervariable 1 region of human mtDNA shows markedly reduced variability in Polynesians, and this variability decreases from western to eastern Polynesia. Fifty-four sequences from New Zealand Maori show that the mitochondrial variability with just four haplotypes is the lowest of any... Full description

1st Person: Murray-McIntosh, Rosalind P.
Additional Persons: Scrimshaw, Brian J. verfasserin; Hatfield, Peter J. verfasserin; Penny, David verfasserin
Source: in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Vol. 95, No. 15 (1998), p. 9047-9052
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 1998
Keywords: research-article
Anthropology
Evolution
Hypervariable region I
Human evolution
New Zealand Maori
Sensitivity analysis
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