Out of Africa again and again

@article{Templeton2002OutOA,
  title={Out of Africa again and again},
  author={A. Templeton},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2002},
  volume={416},
  pages={45-51}
}
The publication of a haplotype tree of human mitochondrial DNA variation in 1987 provoked a controversy about the details of recent human evolution that continues to this day. Now many haplotype trees are available, and new analytical techniques exist for testing hypotheses about recent evolutionary history using haplotype trees. Here I present formal statistical analysis of human haplotype trees for mitochondrial DNA, Y-chromosomal DNA, two X-linked regions and six autosomal regions. A… Expand

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