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South-to-north migration preceded the advent of intensive farming in the Maya region

Moreno-Mayar, J. V. et al. Early human dispersals within the Americas. Science 362, eaav2621 (2018). ADS  PubMed  Google Scholar  Posth, C. et al. Reconstructing the deep population history of Central and South America. Cell 175, 1185–1197.e22 (2018). CAS  PubMed  PubMed Central  Google Scholar  Raghavan, M. et al. Genomic evidence for…

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Recent data spell trouble for Koocanusa fish

If recent data from peamouth chub and other fish hold valid insight — and at least, biologists in Montana believe they do — selenium levels at Lake Koocanusa reach as high as 250% of what’s allowed in Montana waters. Moreover, nearly half of the lake chub sampled for the data…

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ZP77 – YFull YTree Info

R-ZP77 – YFull YTree Info SNPs currently defining R-ZP77 ZP77 / FGC6562     Sample ID Country / Language Info Ref File Testing company Statistics Status YF008362 —— R-ZP77* —— Hg19 .BAM FTDNA (Y500) 41X, 13.8 Mbp, 165 bp YF067652 Unknown R-BY40744 —— Hg38 .BAM FTDNA (Y700) 36X, 18.7 Mbp, 151…

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DNA in Unlikely Places Helps Piece Together Ancient Humans’ Family Trees

This story was originally published in our January/February 2022 issue. Click here to subscribe to read more stories like this one. One hundred thousand years ago, Neanderthals gathered in a cave perched 3,000 feet up in present-day Spain’s Atapuerca Mountains. While cooking and watching youngsters wrestle, they littered the floor with DNA…

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