Haplotype trees and modern human origins.

@article{Templeton2005HaplotypeTA,
  title={Haplotype trees and modern human origins.},
  author={Alan R. Templeton},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={2005},
  volume={Suppl 41},
  pages={33-59}
}
A haplotype is a multisite haploid genotype at two or more polymorphic sites on the same chromosome in a defined DNA region. An evolutionary tree of the haplotypes can be estimated if the DNA region had little to no recombination. Haplotype trees can be used to reconstruct past human gene-flow patterns and historical events, but any single tree captures only a small portion of evolutionary history, and is subject to error. A fuller view of human evolution requires multiple DNA regions, and… CONTINUE READING
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