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Migration and interaction in a contact zone: mtDNA variation among Bantu-speakers in southern Africa

bioRxiv

Feb 18, 2014

Chiara BarbieriBrigitte Pakendorf

Abstract

Bantu speech communities expanded over large parts of sub-Saharan Africa within the last 4000-5000 years, reaching different parts of southern Africa 1200-2000 years ago. The Bantu languages subdivide in several major branches, with languages belonging to the Eastern and Western Bantu b...read more

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Migration and interaction in a contact zone: mtDNA variation among Bantu-speakers in southern Africa

bioRxiv

Feb 18, 2014

Chiara BarbieriBrigitte Pakendorf

PMID: 990002808

DOI: 10.1101/002808

Abstract

Bantu speech communities expanded over large parts of sub-Saharan Africa within the last 4000-5000 years, reaching different parts of southern Africa 1200-2000 years ago. The Bantu languages subdivide in several major branches, with languages belonging to the Eastern and Western Bantu b...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Genetic Drift
Study
Zone
Laboratory Procedures
Foraging protein, Drosophila
Genome
DNA, Mitochondrial
West (Direction)
Genetic Activator
Cell Growth
6
1

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Unraveling the complex maternal history of Southern African Khoisan populations

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