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Genetic structure in village dogs reveals a Central Asian domestication origin
Significance Dogs were the first domesticated species, but the precise timing and location of domestication are hotly debated. Using genomic data from 5,392 dogs, including a global set of 549Expand
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Reply to Wang et al.: Sequencing datasets do not refute Central Asian domestication origin of dogs
We welcome the additional data and analyses of Wang et al. (1), but believe there are some misunderstandings regarding the methods and findings of Shannon et al. (2). First, although we merged NepalExpand
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Figure 6 in A NEW SPECIES OF DRY FOLIAGE MIMICKING Eriovixia ARCHER, 1951 FROM CENTRAL WESTERN GHATS, INDIA (ARANEAE: ARANEIDAE)
A new species of cryptic, dry-foliage mimicking araneid, Eriovixia gryffindori sp. nov. is described from the unique ‘Kans’ forestlands of central Western Ghats, Karnataka, India.
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Genotypes for Mt haplotypes