Ancient mtDNA analyses of sheep domestication process on the way from its domestication center in Southeast Anatolia to West Anatolia

2018-09-02
Pişkin, Evangelia
Somel, Mehmet
Togan, İnci Zehra
Özer, Onur
Yüncü, Eren
Dağtaş, Nihan Dilşad
Koptekin, Dilek
Özkan, Mustafa

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E. Pişkin et al., “Ancient mtDNA analyses of sheep domestication process on the way from its domestication center in Southeast Anatolia to West Anatolia,” 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/76702.