2 edition of exploratory craniometric study of northern and central European populations found in the catalog.
exploratory craniometric study of northern and central European populations
Markku Eero Wilhelm Niskanen
Written in English
|Statement||by Markku Eero Wilhelm Niskanen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 317 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||317|
The PC plot (Figure 9), places Kennewick near the periphery of modern samples, but closest to two northern Asian populations. The inter-individual distances were smallest for the Ainu, Moriori, South Japan, Zalavar, and Easter Island groups, and largest for Berg, Tolai, Tasmania, Australia, Bushmen samples (Table 11).
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Hanihara () measured Japanese skulls applying a discriminant function analysis for nine craniometric measurements, for which the best accuracy rates were %. Hanihara concluded thusly that the long bones performed. Craniometric Relationships among Medieval Central European Populations: Implications for Croat Migration and Expansion Mario Šlaus, eljko Tomièiæ 1, Ante Uglešiæ 2, Radomir Juriæ 3.
CRANIOMETRIC EVIDENCE OF THE EARLY CAUCASOID MIGRATIONS TO SIBERIA AND EASTERN CENTRAL ASIA, WITH REFERENCE TO THE INDO-EUROPEAN PROBLEM. Measurements of male Neolithic and Bronze Age cranial series from Eurasia were subjected to multivariate statistical : Alexander Kozintsev. The comparative data include skulls from 9 sites in northern China whose absolute chronologies are close to that of Yin Ruins (– BP).
Multivariate exploratory (PCA) and evolutionary quantitative genetic method (R-matrix analysis) are used to study variance among populations, as well as population structure and population : He Letian, Liu Wu.
Craniometric Relationships among Medieval Central European Populations: Exploratory craniometric study of northern and central European populations book for Croat Migration and Expansion.
Mario Šlaus, eljko Tomièiæ 1, Ante Uglešiæ2, Radomir Juriæ3. Department of Archaeology, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts; 1Institute of Archaeology, Zagreb.
Pairwise population craniometric distance was compared with temporally controlled geographical models representing evolutionary hypotheses of biological and cultural transmission.
The results show that, following the physical dispersal of Near Eastern/Anatolian farmers into central Europe, two biological lineages were established with limited Cited by: spread of agriculture throughout much of Northern Europe (Rowley-ConwyZvelebil ), the Atlantic fringe of France (Mazurié de Keroualin ) and Central Iberia (Zilhão ).
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Interestingly, genetic diversity was about five times larger in populations in the native range compared to in the invasive populations.
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Northern European population history revealed by ancient human genomes Analysis of ancient DNA found that Scandinavia was settled by hunter-gatherers via a southern and a northern.
Northern European population history revealed by ancient human genomes 30 January Map showing locations and timeline of the samples introduced in this study. In their large-scale study on radiocarbon dating of the Bell Beakers, J. Müller and S. Willingen established that the Bell Beaker Culture in Central Europe started after BC.
Two great coexisting and separate Central European cultures – the Corded Ware with its regional groups and the Eastern Group of the Bell Beaker Culture – form the background to the Late Copper Age and Early Bronze sites: Castro of Zambujal.
According to a large craniometric study (Raghavan and Bulbeck et al. ) the native populations of India and Sri Lanka have distinct craniometric and anthropologic ancestry. Both southern and northern groups are most similar to each other also show deep relations to populations of Europe, the Middle East and North phic distribution: South Asia and parts of.
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Kennewick Man, a 8,year-old male human skeleton discovered in Washington state, USA, has been the subject of scientific and legal controversy; here a Cited by: The Nordic race is one of the putative sub-races into which some lateth to midth century anthropologists have divided the Caucasian of the Nordic type are mostly found in Northwestern Europe and Northern Europe, particularly among populations in the areas surrounding the Baltic Sea, such as Balts, Germanic peoples, Baltic Finns and certain Celts and Slavs.
Europe also tried to regrow their population after being devastated by the plague. - Both tried to regain old political patterns, but China had a centralized government and an entirely unified area.
Whereas Europe had lots of separate and stand alone states. A recent genetic study published in the "European Journal of Human Genetics"in Nature () showed that populations such as West Asians (Arabs), Europeans, Northern Africans, South Asians (Indians) and some Central Asians are closely related to each other and can be distinguished from Sub-Saharan Africans or East Asian populations.
Revised age of late Neanderthal occupation and the end of the Middle Palaeolithic in the northern Caucasus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA von Cramon-Taubadel N, Pinhasi R. Craniometric data supports a mosaic model of demic and cultural Neolithic diffusion to outlying regions of Europe.
To test if the gradient in median Lp(a) concentrations among North, Central, and South European populations is statistically significant, we performed Jonckheere–Terpstra test which resulted in P-value of Northern, Central, and Southern European cohorts and for each particular Cited by: Carleton S.
Coon, in his book The Races of Europe (), classified the Dravidians as Caucasoid due to their "Caucasoid skull structure" and other physical traits such as noses, eyes and hair.  According to a large craniometric study (Raghavan and Bulbeck et al.
) the native populations of South Asia (India and Sri Lanka) have. Craniometric affinity analysis. Multidimensional scaling (MDS) plots of the craniometric distance matrices confirm the divergent cranial shape affinities of the Lagoa Santa Paleoamericans relative to other New World the case of the entire cranium (), the Paleoamericans lie halfway between a cluster of populations from Africa, Australia, and the Andaman Islands and a Cited by: According to a large craniometric study (Raghavan and Bulbeck et al.
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By BC, the Neolithic farming cultures in temperate Eastern Europe appear to have been largely replaced by the Early Bronze Age Yamnaya culture, which rapidly stretched from Hungary to the Urals, and is associated with a completely new perception of family, property and personhood.
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Then there was a migration. As a mainland European population, the Portuguse have a negative San-shift, but because of their African admixture, a positive one. In the palimpsest of influences, the two add together to (Z=). A SW European devoid of African influence, the French_Basque have: Sardinian,French_Basque;Han,San (z=).
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