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Microevolution in lower Central America: Genetic characterization of the Chibcha-speaking groups of Costa Rica and Panama, and a consensus taxonomy based on genetic and linguistic affinity
There is evidence that Amerindians have continuously occupied the lower Central American Isthmus for as long as 10,000 years. There remains some doubt about the relationships of these original colonizers to the resident ...
Genetic variation of the Y chromosome in Chibcha-Speaking amerindians of Costa Rica and Panama
(Human Biology 77(1): 71-91, 2005)
Genetic variation of the Y chromosome in five Chibchan tribes (Bribri, Cabecar, Guaymi, Huetar, and Teribe) of Costa Rica and Panama was analyzed using six microsatellite loci (DYS 19, DYS389A, DYS389B, DYS390, DYS391, and ...