Human Biology Volume 82, Number 4, August 2010

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Human Biology Volume 82, Number 4

A worldwide forum for state-of-the-art ideas, methods, and techniques in the field, Human Biology focuses on genetics in its broadest sense. Included under this rubric are: human population genetics, evolutionary and genetic demography, quantitative genetics, evolutionary biology, ancient DNA studies, biological diversity interpreted in terms of adaptation (biometry, physical anthropology), and interdisciplinary research linking biological and cultural diversity (inferred from linguistic variability, ethnological diversity, archaeological evidence, etc.)

Table of Contents

Interview with Anne Kandler, Winner of the 2009 Gabriel W. Lasker Prize
Franz Manni

Ancient Local Evolution of African mtDNA Haplogroups in Tunisian Berber Populations
Sabeh Frigi, Lotfi Cherni, Karima Fadhlaoui-Zid, and Amel Benammar-Elgaaied

Biocultural Emergence of the Amazigh (Berbers) in Africa: Comment on Frigi et al. (2010)
S. O. Y. Keita

Association of D16S515 Microsatellite with Specific Language Impairment on Robinson Crusoe Island, an Isolated Chilean Population: A Possible Key to Understanding Language Development
Pia Villanueva, Lilian Jara, and Hernan Palomino

Genetic Characterization of Indigenous Peoples from Oaxaca, Mexico, and Its Relation to Linguistic and Geographic Isolation
Consuelo D. Quinto-Cortés, Luis A. Arriola, Gianella García-Hughes, Rodrigo García-López, Diana P. Molina, Margarita Flores, Rafael Palacios, and Daniel Piñero

Genetic Analysis of Six Communities of Mbyá-Guaraní Inhabiting Northeastern Argentina by Means of Nuclear and Mitochondrial Polymorphic Markers
Andrea Sala, Carina F. Argüelles, Miguel E. Marino, Cecilia Bobillo, Alberto Fenocchio, and Daniel Corach

Autochthony and HLA Frequencies in the Netherlands: When Surnames Are Useless Markers
Franz Manni and Bruno Toupance

Letter to the Editor: Response to Cavalli-Sforza Interview [Human Biology 82(3):245–266 (June 2010)]
John Novembre and Matthew Stephens

Substitute Parents: Biological and Social Perspectives on Alloparenting in Human Societies [Book Review]
Samuel Pavard

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