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Admixture and sexual bias in the population settlement of La Réunion Island (Indian Ocean)

American Journal of Physical Anthropology

Jan 12, 2008

Gemma Berniell-LeeDavid Comas

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La Réunion, one of the three Mascarene islands located in the Indian Ocean, remained devoid of inhabitants until it was first colonized by the French in the middle of the 17th century. The continuous flow of foreign-born slaves and immigrant workers from Africa, India, Southeast Asia, a...read more

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MT-CO2 gene
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Admixture and sexual bias in the population settlement of La Réunion Island (Indian Ocean)

American Journal of Physical Anthropology

Jan 12, 2008

Gemma Berniell-LeeDavid Comas

PMID: 18186507

DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.20783

Abstract

La Réunion, one of the three Mascarene islands located in the Indian Ocean, remained devoid of inhabitants until it was first colonized by the French in the middle of the 17th century. The continuous flow of foreign-born slaves and immigrant workers from Africa, India, Southeast Asia, a...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Y Chromosome
DNA, Mitochondrial
MT-TA gene
Cane - plant part
Genetics, Population
Triplet Codon-amino Acid Adaptor Activity
Gene Deletion Abnormality
Chromosomes, Human, Y
MT-CO2 gene
Transfer RNA
21
4

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