- The Archaeogenetics of Europe
- Feb 23, 2010 archaeogenetics concerning five episodes over the past.
- Villems 2002 Archaeogenetics of Finno-Ugric speaking populations
- Archaeogenetics of Finno-Ugric speaking populations. Summary. In our third paper of this series (see Villems et al.
- From molecular genetics to archaeogenetics
- Apr 3, 2001 Commentary. From molecular genetics to archaeogenetics. Colin Renfrew.
- Following the first steps out of Africa
- Professor Richards, who is now Professor of Archaeogenetics at the University of Huddersfield, concludes: "Taken together, our results suggest that Arabia was indeed the first staging-post in the spread of modern humans around the world.
- Archaeogenetics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Archaeogenetics, a term coined by Colin Renfrew, refers to the application of the techniques of molecular population genetics to the study of the human past.
- Archaeogenetics | Gene Expression | Discover Magazine
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