Weiss and Springer explain the many ways anthropologists determine biological relatedness; DNA, mitochondrial DNA, Y-chromosome DNA, metric and nonmetric cranial and dental traits are all types of data used to reconstruct who is related to whom. These methods have helped to answer how the Americas were peopled.
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