Phylogeography and Ethnogenesis of Aboriginal Southeast Asians
Hill, Catherine; Soares, Pedro; Macaulay, Vincent; Meehan, William; Blackburn, James; Clarke, Douglas; Raja, Joseph Maripa; Ismail, Patimah; Bulbeck, F David; Oppenheimer, Stephen James; Richards, Martin
Studying the genetic history of the Orang Asli of Peninsular Malaysia can provide crucial clues to the peopling of Southeast Asia as a whole. We have analyzed mitochondrial DNA (mtDNAs) control-region and coding-region markers in 447 mtDNAs from the region, including 260 Orang Asli, representative of each of the traditional groupings, the Semang, the Senoi, and the Aboriginal Malays, allowing us to test hypotheses about their origins. All of the Orang Asli groups have undergone high levels of...[Show more]
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