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Dermatoglyphs in Eastern Adriatic Islands (Croatia)


Miličić, Jasna
Dermatoglyphs in Eastern Adriatic Islands (Croatia) // Dermatoglyphs in Eastern Adriatic Islands (Croatia) / Durham, N.M. ; Fox, K.M. ; Plato, C.C. (ur.).
Lewiston: The Edwin Mallen Press, 2000. str. 225-238


Naslov
Dermatoglyphs in Eastern Adriatic Islands (Croatia)

Autori
Miličić, Jasna

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Dermatoglyphs in Eastern Adriatic Islands (Croatia)

Urednik/ci
Durham, N.M. ; Fox, K.M. ; Plato, C.C.

Izdavač
The Edwin Mallen Press

Grad
Lewiston

Godina
2000

Raspon stranica
225-238

Ključne riječi
Dermatoglyphs, Eastern Adriatic islands, population genetics, anthropology

Sažetak
In the population study of the Eastern Adriatic islands among other anthropological traits, dermatoglyphs of the digito-palmar complex were studied and analysed in relation to the known ethnohistorical processes. The qualitative dermatoglyphic traits were analysed in populations of four Eastern Adriatic islands (Silba, Olib, Pag and Krk), This paper presents the results of Chi- square test analysis and Hiernaux biological distances for the examined populations. In males, two clusters are distinguished. The first cluster is formed by two subcultures. The first one consists of the males from the islands of Silba and Krk and the second of the males from the island of Pag. The second cluster is formed by the population of males from the island of Olib. In females three clusters are formed. The first one includes the females from Silba and Pag. The second one is formed by the females from the island of Olib, and the third, more distant one, is formed by the females of the island of Krk. The females show higher biological distances than males. As females show a higher migration rate the differences might be due to their migrational background. In male populations biological distances could be the result of homogeneity and drift effect as shown for the island of Olib. It seems that microevolutionary forces that influenced the present-day genetic constitution of the population have operated differently in various endogamous groups.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Etnologija i antropologija



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Projekt / tema
01960101

Ustanove
Institut za antropologiju

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Jasna Miličić, (84255)