- Title Pages
- HUMAN EVOLUTION SERIES
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Island Melanesian Pasts: A View from Archeology
- 3 Recent Research on the Historical Relationships of the Papuan Languages, or, What Does Linguistics Say about the Prehistory of Melanesia?
- 4 Mitochondrial DNA Variation in Northern Island Melanesia
- 5 Y Chromosome Variation in Northern Island Melanesia
- 6 Pigmentation and Candidate Gene Variation in Northern Island Melanesia
- 7 The Distribution of an Insertion/Deletion Polymorphism on Chromosome 22
- 8 The Languages of Island Melanesia
- 9 Inferring Prehistory from Genetic, Linguistic, and Geographic Variation
- 10 Animal Translocations, Genetic Variation, and the Human Settlement of the Pacific
- 11 Viral Phylogeny and Human Migration in the Southwest Pacific
- 12 Origins of Plant Exploitation in Near Oceania: A Review
- 13 Extraordinary Population Structure among the Baining of New Britain
- 14 Immunoglobulin Allotypes as a Marker of Population History in the Southwest Pacific
- 15 Contributions of Population Origins and Gene Flow to the Diversity of Neutral and Malaria Selected Autosomal Genetic Loci of Pacific Island Populations
- 16 Conclusion
- Population Genetics, Linguistics, and Culture History in the Southwest Pacific
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