Archaic human genomics.

  title={Archaic human genomics.},
  author={Todd R. Disotell},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  volume={149 Suppl 55},
For much of the 20th century, the predominant view of human evolutionary history was derived from the fossil record. Homo erectus was seen arising in Africa from an earlier member of the genus and then spreading throughout the Old World and into the Oceania. A regional continuity model of anagenetic change from H. erectus via various intermediate archaic species into the modern humans in each of the regions inhabited by H. erectus was labeled the multiregional model of human evolution (MRE). A… CONTINUE READING
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