Papago Indian admixture and mating patterns in a mining town: a genetic cauldron.

  • Natalie Lamb
  • Published 1975 in American journal of physical anthropology


Problems of delineation of population units and sub-units and the poor fit of genetic models make populations with high mobility and low stability difficult to analyze by present means. Examination of three processes īn-migration, admixture, and dispersal as well as the mate selection factors involved in out-mating and changing population boundaries are… (More)


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