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Included within the software of The Fourth overseas Congress of Human Genetics, held in Paris on September ~-ll, 1971, used to be a Workshop of Genetic Distance. This consultation, or­ ganized by means of Newton E. Morton, incorporated a number of papers anrl a dialogue less than the final chairmanship of James F. Crow. a number of the members and individuals of the viewers asled on the time that the papers be published which will have a according to­ manent list. It has no longer been sensible to list the dis­ cussion, yet all of the papers initially awarded are includ­ ed during this quantity. the assumption in the back of the Workshop was once to exploit the big variety of those who will be attending the Con­ gress and convey jointly those that have been drawn to human inhabitants constitution and measures of genetic distance. The emphasis used to be on technique; the variety of metbods virtually equals the variety of people operating within the box. The Workshop provided a chance to give and talk about some of the strategies and overview their accomplishments. the purpose has been to have those papers both current the tools themselves, or provide references as to the place they are often found.

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Estimation of the branch points of a branching diffusion process. J. Roy. Stat. Soc. B. 32:155-174. EDWARDS, A. W. F. 1971. Distances between populations on DISTANCE MEASURES FOR PHYLOGENETIC TREES 43 the basis of gene frequencies. Biometpics 27:873-881. EDWARDS, A. W. F. 1972. Mathematical approaches to the study of human evolution. In Mathematics in the ArchaeoZogical and Historical Sciences, edited by D. G. KENDALL, R. HODSON and P. TAUTU, Edinburgh University Press. EDWARDS, A. W. F. and L.

This may be because it is known that the Pygmies are receded into the forest as the forest is being further exploited and destroyed. , unpublished). PREDICTION OF GENETIC VARIATION USING MIGRATION MATRICES The model proposed by BODMER and CAVALLI-SFORZA (1968) uses migration matrices to generate a matrix of the variances and covariances of gene frequencies for all the colonies that are being studied. This model uses the backward migration matrix in which the elements of rows (rather than the columns) are normalized so that their sum is 1.

ZEI. 1967. Experiments with an artificial population. Proc. 1hird Int. Congr. Hum. Genet. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore. pp. 473-478. CAVALLI-SFORZA. L. , L. A. ZONTA, F. NUZZO, L. BERNINI, W. 1/'. W. DEJONG, P. MEERA KHAN, A. K. RAY, L. N. WENT, M. SINISCALCO, L. E. NIJENHUIS, E. VANLOGHEM and G. MODIANO. 1969. Studies on African Pygmies. I. A pilot investigation of Babinga Pygmies in the Central African Republic (with an analysis of Genetic distances). Amer. J. Hum. Genet. 21:252-274. HIORNS, R.

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