DNA Analysis and Human populations Reference

Mazda Hewitt Mazda.Hewitt at bbsrc.ac.uk
Wed Feb 19 05:47:34 EST 1997


Arthur Wohlwill wrote:
> 
> I am looking for a reference suitable for a layman (i.e Scientific American or
> similar) that covers the topic of how DNA sequences have been used to track
>  origin of human populations (i.e mitochondrial eve and such). Thank you very
> much,


Stuff on Eve, interesting but flawed.

TI: ALL ABOUT EVE
AU: BRACE_CL
JN: SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, 1992, Vol.267, No.3, p.12

TI: THE MYTH OF EVE - MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY AND HUMAN ORIGINS
AU: AYALA_FJ
JN: SCIENCE, 1995, Vol.270, No.5244, pp.1930-1936

TI: DNA EVIDENCE STRENGTHENS EVE HYPOTHESIS
AU: LEWIN_R
JN: NEW SCIENTIST, 1991, Vol.132, No.1791, p.20

much better is the stuff on tracing the american indians using
mitochondrial DNA.

TI: AMERICAN-INDIAN PREHISTORY AS WRITTEN IN THE MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA - A
      REVIEW
AU: WALLACE_DC, TORRONI_A
JN: HUMAN BIOLOGY, 1992, Vol.64, No.3, pp.403-416



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