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GENETIC STRUCTURE THROUGH SURNAMES IN CAMPOBASSO PROVINCE, ITALY

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 November 2000

P. RASPE
Affiliation:
Department of Biological Anthropology, University of Cambridge
C. G. N. MASCIE-TAYLOR
Affiliation:
Department of Biological Anthropology, University of Cambridge

Abstract

The population of Campobasso Province shows a level of inbreeding that is distinct from most Italian rural populations, regardless of their geographic location (Fr=0·0040; Fn=0·0102; Ft=0·0142). The genetic structure of the Italian–Greek communities of Lecce and Reggio Calabria Provinces does not appear to be affected by ethnicity. The level of inbreeding in Italian–Greeks of Reggio Calabria Province is similar to other Italians of Campobasso Province (Fr=0·0041; Fn=0·0127; Ft=0·0168). The Italian–Greeks of Lecce Province show random mating, and their inbreeding is in fact very low (Fr=0·0038; Fn=0·0024; Ft=0·0062).

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