Pleistocene population X-plosion?

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Social & Behavioral Science
Department Anthropology
Creator Rogers, Alan R.
Other Author Wooding, Stephen
Title Pleistocene population X-plosion?
Date 2000
Description In two recent papers, Kaessmann et al. presented DNA sequence data from the X chromosome (Xq13.3) of 30 chimpanzees and 69 humans (Kaessmann et al. 1999a; Kaessmann et al. 1999b). These data bear on two longstanding questions involving late Pleistocene demographic history: (1) whether the long-term demography of humans is characterized by explosive population growth, and (2) whether chimps show population growth coinciding temporally with growth in humans.
Type Text
Publisher Wayne State University Press
Volume 72
Issue 4
First Page 693
Last Page 695
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Wooding, S., & Rogers, A. R. (2000). Pleistocene population x-plosion? Human Biology, 72(4), 693-5. Aug.
Rights Management (c)Wayne State University Press
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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