Differences Among Yanomama Indian Villages: Do the Patterns of Allele Frequencies, Anthropometrics, and Map Locations Correspond?
Author(s): R. S. Spielman
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Differences Among Yanomama Indian Villages: Do the Patterns of Allele Frequencies, Anthropometrics, and Map Locations Correspond?. R. S. Spielman. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 39: 461-489. 1973 ( tDAR id: 141254)
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