By Francisco M. Salzano
From the perspective of inhabitants biology, South American Indians signify a massive case-study in human evolution. For the 1st time this e-book brings jointly observations of this staff from a number of views, with an emphasis at the research of genetic variability. Authors describe the wide gene frequency facts on hand and their special univariate and multivariate analyses. every one bankruptcy opens with a quick evaluate of the sector of enquiry. wide bibliographies and an inventory of unsettled matters are incorporated, making this the main whole reference to be had in this interesting inhabitants.
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