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2010 (Vol. 2, Issue: 4)
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9bp and the Relationship Between African and Dravidian Speakers

Clyde A. W inters
Corresponding Author:  Clyde Winters 

Key words:  Dravidian, genetic, haplogroup (hg), macrohaplogroup, mtDNA, 9bp deletion,
Vol. 2 , (4): Page No: 229-231
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2010 March, 22 2010 April, 07 2010 July, 20
Abstract:

It is assumed that the 9bp among Dravidian speakers is the result of genetic drift. There is a strong correlation between genetic, archaeological, cultural and linguistic evidence that suggest historical contact between these populations and reinforces a common descent of Dravidian and African speakers. The significant presence of 9bp between African and Dravidian speaking populations is consistent with a recent Dravidian migration from Africa to India.
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Clyde A. W inters, 2010. 9bp and the Relationship Between African and Dravidian Speakers.  Current Research Journal of Biological Sciences, 2(4): Page No: 229-231.
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