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Are phylogenetic patterns the same in anthropology and biology?

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Jun 24, 2014

David Morrison

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The use of phylogenetic methods in anthropological fields such as archaeology, linguistics and stemmatology (involving what are often called “culture data”) is based on an analogy between human cultural evolution and biological evolution. We need to understand this analogy thoroughly, i...read more

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Cell Culture Techniques
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Are phylogenetic patterns the same in anthropology and biology?

bioRxiv

Jun 24, 2014

David Morrison

PMID: 990006486

DOI: 10.1101/006486

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The use of phylogenetic methods in anthropological fields such as archaeology, linguistics and stemmatology (involving what are often called “culture data”) is based on an analogy between human cultural evolution and biological evolution. We need to understand this analogy thoroughly, i...read more

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Trees (plant)
Cell Culture Techniques
Phylogenetic Analysis
Laboratory Culture
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Genotype Determination
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Biological Evolution
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