Genetic and Dermatoglyphic Distances among Basque Valleys
Palmar dermatoglyphics of a sample including 552 males and 701 females from 8 Basque valleys were analyzed. We studied the frequency of palmar pattern types and compared the musing correspondence analysis. There results of this comparative study show that there is diversity among valleys and also that this diversity depend s on the trait and on sex. Genetic drift could explain this variability found in the Basque population.
Arrieta, M.I.; Martinez, B; Riado, B. C.; Lobato, N; and Lostao, C.M.
"Genetic and Dermatoglyphic Distances among Basque Valleys,"
5, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/humbiol/vol64/iss5/5
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