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mtDNA tree all humans; Macaulay

Description:
Comparing mitochondrial genome sequences across human populations provides a means to determine the relationships among populations.
Keywords:
phylogenetic trees,genome sequences,common ancestor,human populations,macaulay,ancestry,eve,relationships
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