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January 06, 2004

Discordant Clines

Dienekes has an excellent recent post (January 4) on the subject of 'discordant clines', i.e. cases where geographical trends in one trait (such as skin colour) are different from the trends in another trait (e.g. blood groups). This is highly relevant to the meaning of 'human biodiversity'.

Posted by David B at 04:55 AM