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Title: Population-genetic structure of the residents of Central Russia
Authors: Krikun, E. N.
Sergeeva, K. N.
Sorokina, I. N.
Batlutskaya, I. V.
Polyakova, I. N.
Keywords: biology
anthropogenetics
populations
population-genetic structure
residents of Central Russia
geographical location of the populations
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Population-genetic structure of the residents of Central Russia / E.N. Krikun [и др.] // Journal of international pharmaceutical research. - 2018. - Vol.45.-P. 288-291.
Abstract: In the territory of Central Russia, the presence of a certain, ordered system of grouping of elementary populations (raions) has been established, according to the data on the frequencies of surnames, using various methods of multivariate statistics (cluster analysis, multidimensional scaling, factor analysis). All the raions of the Belgorod oblast are combined into four clusters, corresponding to real geographical location of the populations: central cluster (12 raions), western (4 raions), south-eastern (3 raions), eastern (2 raions). Geographical distances between them play a significant role in the formation of genetic division between elementary populations
URI: http://dspace.bsu.edu.ru/handle/123456789/24293
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