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All assessed traits have previously been shown to contribute to accurate sex estimation 1676 Tribal leadership approved all analytical studies of ancestral remains and partnered with the research team to conduct this research.
Figure 4. Results and comments The karyotype of Sorex satunini consists of 24—25 chromosomes. Nauka Press, Moscow, pp.
To estimate osteological sex, 20 unique traits were observed for each individual when present in a laboratory setting, and scored to indicate a prevalence of male or female for each trait Table S6. The utility and complementarity of proteomic, genomic, and osteological techniques was related to differences in mortuary treatments and preservation encountered in this study.
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Keywords: G-banding, common shrew, Sorex araneus , Sorex satunini , karyotype, phylogeny. Mittnik, A. Skoglund, P.