TITLE

The case against Eve

AUTHOR(S)
Wolpoff, Michael; Thorne, Alan
PUB. DATE
June 1991
SOURCE
New Scientist;6/22/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1774, p37
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Asserts that fossils contradict the theory that all modern humans evolved from a single African woman. Debate over the origin of homo sapiens; Involvement of molecular biologists; Theory of biochemist Allan Wilson; DNA as a guide to human evolution; Two schools of thought before the `Eve' hypothesis; Mitochondrial DNA. INSET: 1: Putting a date on the great migration from Africa, by R....
ACCESSION #
9107222008

 

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