Reconstructing Indian-Australian phylogenetic link

@article{Kumar2008ReconstructingIP,
  title={Reconstructing Indian-Australian phylogenetic link},
  author={Satish Kumar and Rajasekhara Reddy Ravuri and Padmaja Koneru and BP Urade and B. N. Sarkar and Adimoolam Chandrasekar and V. R. Rao},
  journal={BMC Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={9},
  pages={173 - 173}
}
An early dispersal of biologically and behaviorally modern humans from their African origins to Australia, by at least 45 thousand years via southern Asia has been suggested by studies based on morphology, archaeology and genetics. However, mtDNA lineages sampled so far from south Asia, eastern Asia and Australasia show non-overlapping distributions of haplogroups within pan Eurasian M and N macrohaplogroups. Likewise, support from the archaeology is still ambiguous. In our completely sequenced… CONTINUE READING
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