Human Biology Volume 83, Number 5, October 2011

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Human Biology Volume 83, Number 5

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A worldwide forum for state-of-the-art ideas, methods, and techniques in the field, Human Biology focuses on genetics in its broadest sense. Included under this rubric are: human population genetics, evolutionary and genetic demography, quantitative genetics, evolutionary biology, ancient DNA studies, biological diversity interpreted in terms of adaptation (biometry, physical anthropology), and interdisciplinary research linking biological and cultural diversity (inferred from linguistic variability, ethnological diversity, archaeological evidence, etc.).


Table of Contents

Delineating Europe's Cultural Regions: Population Structure and Surname Clustering
James Cheshire, Pablo Mateos, and Paul A. Longley

Historical Sketch of Slovak Haban (Hutterite) Population Based on Autosomal STR Analysis
M. Soták, E. Petrejčíková, D. Siváková, K. Rębała, A. Bôžiková, I. Bernasovský, J. Čarnogurská, I. Boroňová, S. Mačeková, L. Homol'ová, A. Sovičová, D. Gabriková, L. Rusínová, and J. Bernasovská

Human Alu Insertion Polymorphisms in North African Populations
Lotfi Cherni, Sabeh Frigi, Hajer Ennafaa, Nabil Mtiraoui, Touhami Mahjoub, and Amel Benammar-Elgaaied

Afro-Derived Amazonian Populations: Inferring Continental Ancestry and Population Substructure
Luana Gomes Lopes Maciel, Elzemar Martins Ribeiro-Rodrigues, Ney Pereira Cameiro dos Santos, Ândrea K. C. Ribeiro dos Santos, João Farias Guerreiro, and Sidney Emanuel Batista dos Santos

Interview with Sarah Tishkoff: Perspectives for Genetic Research in African Populations
Giovanni Destro-Bisol

Book Review: The Neolithic Demographic Transition and its Consquences
Solange Rigaud

Book Review: Mothers and Others: The Evolutionary Origins of Mutual Understanding
Carel P. Van Schaik


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Additional Information 6x9, 86 pages, published November 28, 2011

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