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On the origin of modern humans: Asian perspectives

Bae, Christopher J ; Douka, Katerina ; Petraglia, Michael D

Science (New York, N.Y.), 08 December 2017, Vol.358(6368) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    On the origin of modern humans: Asian perspectives
  • Autor: Bae, Christopher J ; Douka, Katerina ; Petraglia, Michael D
  • Assuntos: Biological Evolution ; Fossils ; Human Migration
  • É parte de: Science (New York, N.Y.), 08 December 2017, Vol.358(6368)
  • Descrição: The traditional "out of Africa" model, which posits a dispersal of modern across Eurasia as a single wave at ~60,000 years ago and the subsequent replacement of all indigenous populations, is in need of revision. Recent discoveries from archaeology, hominin paleontology, geochronology, genetics, and paleoenvironmental studies have contributed to a better understanding of the Late Pleistocene record in Asia. Important findings highlighted here include growing evidence for multiple dispersals predating 60,000 years ago in regions such as southern and eastern Asia. Modern humans moving into Asia met Neandertals, Denisovans, mid-Pleistocene , and possibly , with some degree of interbreeding occurring. These early human dispersals, which left at least some genetic traces in modern populations, indicate that later replacements were not wholesale.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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