ANTH 1030 – Modern Humans… Out of Africa
ANTH 1030 – Modern Humans… Out of Africa ANTH 1030-001
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ANTH 1030 – Modern Humans… Out of Africa Definitions Key Concepts Locations * = on exam Nuclear DNA 46 chromosomes total 2 sex chromosomes (X & Y) 44 autosomes Nucleotides of A, T, C, G o Base-pairs: A-T, C-G Inherited bilaterally Less abundant than mtDNA Mitochondrial (mt)DNA Inherited maternally Mutates rapidly Haplogroups: maternal linages Haplotypes: subsets of haplogroups Abundant Y-Chromosome DNA Inherited paternally Genetic markers (many terms) Non-recombining portion (NRY) Less abundant than mtDNA *Sunda, Wallacea, Sahul Sailing to Sahul Hypothesis "Pregnant Woman Floating on a Raft of Vegetarian" Archaic (i.e. Homo erectus colonization) Purposeful voyaging by fully modern humans Is it purposeful, why go? Might be better off moving to unoccupied lands, than remaining and competing "grass-is-greener" pull, and overpopulation push
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