David A Merriwether
David A Merriwether
Anthropology Binghamton University
Verified email at binghamton.edu
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Amerindian mitochondrial DNAs have rare Asian mutations at high frequencies, suggesting they derived from four primary maternal lineages.
TG Schurr, SW Ballinger, YY Gan, JA Hodge, DA Merriwether, ...
American journal of human genetics 46 (3), 613, 1990
4891990
Genomic insights into the origin of farming in the ancient Near East
I Lazaridis, D Nadel, G Rollefson, DC Merrett, N Rohland, S Mallick, ...
Nature 536 (7617), 419-424, 2016
4302016
The genetic structure of Pacific Islanders
JS Friedlaender, FR Friedlaender, FA Reed, KK Kidd, JR Kidd, ...
PLoS Genet 4 (1), e19, 2008
3552008
Distribution of the four founding lineage haplotypes in Native Americans suggests a single wave of migration for the New World
DA Merriwether, F Rothhammer, RE Ferrell
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 98 (4), 411-430, 1995
3281995
The structure of human mitochondrial DNA variation
DA Merriwether, AG Clark, SW Ballinger, TG Schurr, H Soodyall, ...
Journal of molecular evolution 33 (6), 543-555, 1991
2891991
Male affiliation, cooperation and kinship in wild chimpanzees
JC Mitani, DA Merriwether, C Zhang
Animal behaviour 59 (4), 885-893, 2000
2752000
Excavating Neandertal and Denisovan DNA from the genomes of Melanesian individuals
B Vernot, S Tucci, J Kelso, JG Schraiber, AB Wolf, RM Gittelman, ...
Science 352 (6282), 235-239, 2016
2582016
Melanesian mtDNA complexity
JS Friedlaender, FR Friedlaender, JA Hodgson, M Stoltz, G Koki, G Horvat, ...
PloS one 2 (2), e248, 2007
1722007
Genomic insights into the peopling of the Southwest Pacific
P Skoglund, C Posth, K Sirak, M Spriggs, F Valentin, S Bedford, GR Clark, ...
Nature 538 (7626), 510-513, 2016
1682016
mtDNA variation indicates Mongolia may have been the source for the founding population for the New World.
DA Merriwether, WW Hall, A Vahlne, RE Ferrell
American journal of human genetics 59 (1), 204, 1996
1681996
Expanding Southwest Pacific mitochondrial haplogroups P and Q
J Friedlaender, T Schurr, F Gentz, G Koki, F Friedlaender, G Horvat, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 22 (6), 1506-1517, 2005
1462005
Genetic variation in the New World: ancient teeth, bone, and tissue as sources of DNA
DA Merriwether, F Rothhammer, RE Ferrell
Experientia 50 (6), 592-601, 1994
1431994
Demographic and social constraints on male chimpanzee behaviour
JC Mitani, DP Watts, JW Pepper, DA Merriwether
Animal Behaviour 64 (5), 727-737, 2002
1272002
Evidence of the domestication history of flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) from genetic diversity of the sad2 locus
RG Allaby, GW Peterson, DA Merriwether, YB Fu
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 112 (1), 58-65, 2005
1172005
Ancient mitochondrial M haplogroups identified in the Southwest Pacific
DA Merriwether, JA Hodgson, FR Friedlaender, R Allaby, S Cerchio, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (37), 13034-13039, 2005
1172005
mtDNA variation in the Yanomami: evidence for additional New World founding lineages.
RD Easton, DA Merriwether, DE Crews, RE Ferrell
American Journal of Human Genetics 59 (1), 213, 1996
1121996
Mitochondrial DNA variation is an indicator of Austronesian influence in Island Melanesia
DA Merriwether, JS Friedlaender, J Mediavilla, C Mgone, F Gentz, ...
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 1999
1091999
The four founding lineage hypothesis for the New World: a critical reevaluation
DA Merriwether, RE Ferrell
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 5 (1), 241-246, 1996
841996
Paternity in humpback whales, Megaptera novaeangliae: assessing polygyny and skew in male reproductive success
S Cerchio, JK Jacobsen, DM Cholewiak, EA Falcone, DA Merriwether
Animal Behaviour 70 (2), 267-277, 2005
772005
Is the genetic structure of Gran Chaco populations unique? Interregional perspectives on native South American mitochondrial DNA variation
GS Cabana, DA Merriwether, K Hunley, DA Demarchi
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2006
762006
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