Reticulate evolution and the human past: an anthropological perspective.

@article{Winder2014ReticulateEA,
  title={Reticulate evolution and the human past: an anthropological perspective.},
  author={Isabelle Catherine Winder and Nick Winder},
  journal={Annals of human biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={41 4},
  pages={
          300-11
        }
}
CONTEXT The evidence is mounting that reticulate (web-like) evolution has shaped the biological histories of many macroscopic plants and animals, including non-human primates closely related to Homo sapiens, but the implications of this non-hierarchical evolution for anthropological enquiry are not yet fully understood. When they are understood, the result may be a paradigm shift in evolutionary anthropology. OBJECTIVE/METHODS This paper reviews the evidence for reticulated evolution in the… CONTINUE READING
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