Unformatted text preview: First of all there isn’t really any genetic difference in members of different race. It would be like grouping circles together and squares together when really a certain square may be more similar genetically to a circle then a square. There is no real division between races. As well as this with the amount of gene flow in the current state races have mixed to such great extents that this also makes it pointless to classify by race....
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- Fall '98
- DNA, Michael Short, current state races, phylogenetic traits, phylogentic tress