Human Evolutionary Genetics

Human evolutionary genetics explain how one human genome will differ from another human genome, from where the evolutionary past arrived that gave rise to it, and also its the current effects. This disparity between the genomes has anthropological, historical, medical and forensic implication and applications. Genetic data can provide important insight into human evolution. It helps one to understand the differences in the human genome and learn about how evolution has affects the development of the genome and acquired diversity

  • Archaeogenetics
  • Human genetic variation
  • Race and genetics
  • FOXP2 and human evolution
  • Genetic genealogy

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