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Bakken TE, Dale AM, Schork NJ

A Geographic Cline of Skull and Brain Morphology Among Individuals of European Ancestry.

Human Heredity. 2011 Jan 01; 72: 35-44.

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Abstract

Human skull and brain morphology are strongly influenced by genetic factors, and skull size and shape vary worldwide. However, the relationship between specific brain morphology and genetically-determined ancestry is largely unknown.

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