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The Chipaya of Bolivia : Dermatoglyphics and ethnic relationships.

Por: Murillo, Federico.
Colaborador(es): Murillo, Federico | Bothhammer, Francisco | Llop, Elena.
Tipo de material: TextoTextoEditor: s.l. : s.e., 0000Descripción: pp. 45-50.Tema(s): CIENCIAS SOCIALES | PUEBLOS ORIGINARIOS | CHIPAYA | URU CHIPAYA | DERMATOLOGIA | GENETICA | RELACIONES INTERETNICASClasificación CDD: 305.8
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Contiene: Ethnic relationships of these indians to nine South American Indian tribes (Alacaluf, atacameño, Aymara, Cashinahua, Chacobo, Chama, Chané, Quechua and Sirionó) are explored by means of a genetic analysis using 21 alleles Genetic distances are complemented with linguistic and geographic distances between the Chipaya and the other tribes. Genetic distances were found not to be significantly correlated with linguistic and geographic distances. Combinig the information available, it is concluded that the Chipaya are most likely ethnically related to the Arawak spekers of the tropical forest.
En: Dermatoglyphics and ethnic relationships of the Chipaya
Lista(s) en las que aparece este ítem: Cultura Uru | chipaya
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Contiene: Ethnic relationships of these indians to nine South American Indian tribes (Alacaluf, atacameño, Aymara, Cashinahua, Chacobo, Chama, Chané, Quechua and Sirionó) are explored by means of a genetic analysis using 21 alleles Genetic distances are complemented with linguistic and geographic distances between the Chipaya and the other tribes. Genetic distances were found not to be significantly correlated with linguistic and geographic distances. Combinig the information available, it is concluded that the Chipaya are most likely ethnically related to the Arawak spekers of the tropical forest.

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