Genomic Evidence for an African Expansion of Anatomically Modern Humans by a Southern Route

@inproceedings{Ghirotto2011GenomicEF,
  title={Genomic Evidence for an African Expansion of Anatomically Modern Humans by a Southern Route},
  author={S. Ghirotto and L. Penso-Dolfin and G. Barbujani},
  booktitle={Human biology},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract There is general agreement among scientists about a recent (less than 200,000 yrs ago) African origin of anatomically modern humans, whereas there is still uncertainty about whether, and to what extent, they admixed with archaic populations, which thus may have contributed to the modern populations' gene pools. Data on cranial morphology have been interpreted as suggesting that, before the main expansion from Africa through the Near East, anatomically modern humans may also have… Expand
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