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The presence of Neandertals in Europe may have helped deter humans' migration to that continent until around 45,000 years ago, when Neandertal populations started to shrink, says a team led by Wu Liu and Xiu-jie Wu of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing and Maria Martinon-Torres of University College London.
Anthropologists who could travel back in time to a neandertal settlement of fifty thousand years ago would almost certainly meet a more hospitable reception and face less danger than they would in any large American city's slums.
Contract notice: Equipment of laboratories for training "electronics technician for energy and building" at the vocational college neandertal (2nd phase).
Isotopic biogeochemistry (13C, 15N) of fossil vertebrate collagen: application to the study of a past food web including Neandertal man.
The full text of the study, titled Neandertal roots: Cranial and chronological evidence from Sima de los Huesos, was published on June 20 by (http://www.
This "mosaic pattern" supports a theory of Neandertal evolution that suggests Neandertals developed their defining features separately, and at different times -- not all at once.
Using fossil evidence in addition to information from genetics and neuroscience, the authors create a precise profile of Neandertal cognition.
Your inner Neandertal," Science News for Kids, May 26.
After discovering starch granules from plant food trapped in the dental calculus on 40-thousand-year-old Neandertal teeth, the scientists believe that Neandertals ate a wide variety of plants and included cooked grains as part of a more sophisticated, diverse diet similar to early modern humans.
It is within this context that the recently completed Neandertal genome has arrived.
CuraGen Corporation's (Nasdaq: CRGN) majority-owned subsidiary 454 Life Sciences Corporation today announced that comparison of the human and chimpanzee genomes to Neandertal DNA sequences determined by 454 Sequencing(TM) reveals that modern human and Neandertal DNA sequences diverged on average about 500,000 years ago and the effective size of the ancestral population of the two groups was similar to that of modern humans.
CuraGen Corporation's (Branford, CT) majority-owned subsidiary 454 Life Sciences Corporation announced that comparison of the human and chimpanzee genomes to Neandertal DNA sequences determined by 454 Sequencing reveals that modern human and Neandertal DNA sequences diverged on average about 500,000 years ago and the effective size of the ancestral population of the two groups was similar to that of modern humans.