Spread of Agriculture from a Genetic Standpoint

Spread of Agriculture from a Genetic Standpoint

Recent genetic studies demonstrated that Neolithic farming spread from Armenian population into Europe. For example, haplogroup G features its highest diversity among Armenians, indicating that it originated with Armenians before spreading to Caucasus and Europe. Along with J2 clades, haplogroup G has been associated with the spread of agriculture in Europe in particular. The haplogroup …

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