Paternity in primates: Genetic tests and theories. Implications of human DNA fingerprinting

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This book consists of the proceedings of a Schultz-Biegert Symposium, held in Switzerland, in September 1991. The papers are essentially all of publishable quality (not always true of symposium papers) and most of them are on the topic at handwthe use of genetic methods to address population, diversity, and family relationships among primates, wild and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02215454

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@article{Weiss2005PaternityIP, title={Paternity in primates: Genetic tests and theories. Implications of human DNA fingerprinting}, author={Kenneth M. Weiss}, journal={International Journal of Primatology}, year={2005}, volume={14}, pages={659-661} }