Unformatted text preview: at a regular rate. Regional Continuity Regional Continuity , multiregional evolution, or candelabra model traces all modern human origins back to Africa when a generic homo left Africa Genetic Drift of Gene Flow – migration and intermarriage led to evolved modern forms but retaining some relatively minor regional traits which would be described as racial characteristics, based on changes in skull morphology , especially Asia and Australia Wolpoff , and Thorne Which model is right? Multiregional places “out of Africa” at 1.8 mya with Homo Erectus. Changes in skull morphology Replacement places “out of Africa at 200,000 – 100,000 ya with modern Homo Sapiens. Mitochondrial DNA...
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- Spring '08
- Human Evolution, Homo Sapiens, homo sapiens sapiens, Modern Homo Sapiens