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One such interesting example of human migration on foot is the emergence of the state known as Tula" which was built in the middle of the tenth century in Central America.
Bus and train stations across the country overcrowded these days while this is considered as the world's largest annual human migration.
At each stage of the human migration out of Africa, natural variation in skin color helped select skin colors that best could absorb the right amount of Vitamin D for good health.
The method, described in a Ludwig Cancer Research study published in Nature Biotechnology, promises to accelerate studies of how genes contribute to disease, improve the process of matching donors with organs, and help scientists better understand human migration patterns.
22 ( ANI ): A new study of the full genetic code of a common human virus has offered proof of the "out-of-Africa" pattern of human migration, which earlier had been documented by anthropologists and studies of the human genome.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A study of the full genetic code of a common human virus offers a dramatic confirmation of the "out-of-Africa" pattern of human migration, which had previously been documented by anthropologists and studies of the human genome.
She noted that the UNCCD deals with many issues such as food security, human migration, peace and security therefore it is important to outline aspects of the convention in future.
The National Geographic Society defines human migration as the movement of people from one place in the world to another for the purpose of taking up permanent or semi-permanent residence, usually across a political boundary.
One of the exciting approaches to human migration studies comes from three chapters that focus on biological data.
It can support (and undermine) grand theories of human migration, and it can debunk prejudice with findings so startling that no sensible fiction writer would make them up.
This bizarre journey of the Indian cow's genes is a reflection of human migration as cows have practically coexisted with human society," reports Varma.
Last month, the former Chicago Tribune reporter embarked on a solo 21,000-mile walk that will trace the path of human migration from Africa, through the Middle East and Asia, across the Bering Sea to North America, and down the western coast of the Americas to the tip of South America.

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