Ethan E Butler

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Chen et al. (Reports, 16 January 2015, p. 248) argued that early Tibetan agriculturalists pushed the limits of farming up to 4000 meters above sea level. We contend that this argument is incompatible with the growing requirements of barley. It is necessary to clearly define past crop niches to create better models for the complex history of the occupation(More)
The gene for the coagulation protein factor VIII contains several common restriction fragment length polymorphisms which can be used to analyse the pattern of inheritance of factor VIII alleles within families. This can be exploited to identify carriers of haemophilia, an X-linked inherited disorder characterised by deficiency of factor VIII. In this study(More)
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