The Evolution and Genetics of Latin American Populations: 28 (Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology, Series Number 28)
by Francisco M. Salzano (Author), Maria C. Bortolini (Author)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Illustrated edition (15 Nov. 2001)
Hardcover: 530 pages
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The human genetic make-up of Latin America is a reflection of successive waves of colonization and immigration. To date there have been few works dealing with the biology of human populations at a continental scale, and while much information is available on the genetics of Latin American populations, most data remain scattered throughout the literature. This volume examines for the first time Latin American human populations in relation to their origins, environment, history, demography and genetics, drawing on aspects of nutrition, physiology and morphology for an integrated and multidisciplinary approach. The result is a fascinating account of a people characterized by a turbulent history, marked heterogeneity and unique genetic traits. Of interest to students and researchers of genetics, evolution, biological anthropology and the social sciences, this book will also appeal to anyone concerned with the multifaceted evolution of our species and constitutes an important volume not only for anthropological genetics, but also for Latin American research.
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