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What does AJPA stand for?

AJPA stands for American Journal of Physical Anthropology (monthly publication; John Wiley and Sons)

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For many years, anthropologists have asked who the first Americans were and how they were able to settle in the last major habitat open to humans," notes Jeff Long, an editor for the American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Writing in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, the authors find that technology spread more slowly in the Americas than in Eurasia.
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 129(1): 24-38.
On his Y chromosome (inherited from paternal ancestors), this long-dead man possessed a set of genetic mutations that commonly appears today among male speakers of Indo-European languages in northeastern Europe, central Asia and northern India, Kim's team reports in an upcoming American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 107:297-304.
Hershkovitz, Israel, Liora Kornreich and Zvi Laron 2007 'Comparative skeletal features between Homo floresiensis and patients with primary growth hormone insensitivity (Laron syndrome)', American Journal of Physical Anthropology 134 (2): 198-208.
Y Chromosome Markers and Trans-Bering Strait Dispersals," American Journal of Physical Anthropology 102 (1997): 301-314.
American Journal of Physical Anthropology, [Suppl] 33, 148-176.

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