A family tree in every gene

@article{Leroi2005AFT,
  title={A family tree in every gene},
  author={Armand M. Leroi},
  journal={Journal of Genetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={84},
  pages={3-6}
}
Shortly after last year’s tsunami devastated the lands on the Indian Ocean, The Times of India ran an article with this headline: ‘Tsunami may have rendered threatened tribes extinct’. The tribes in question were the Onge, Jarawa, Great Andamanese and Sentinelese – all living on the Andaman Islands and they numbered some 400 people in all. The article, noting that several of the archipelago’s islands were low-lying, in the direct path of the wave, and that casualties were expected to be high… CONTINUE READING

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