Taxonomic over-splitting of extinct or endangered taxa, due to an incomplete knowledge of both skeletal morphological variability and the geographical ranges of past populations, continues to confuse the link between isolated extant populations and their ancestors. This is particularly problematic with the genus Equus. To more reliably determine the evolution and phylogeographic history of the endangered Asiatic wild ass, we studied the genetic diversity and inter-relationships of both extinct and extant populations over the last , years, including samples throughout its previous range from Western Europe to Southwest and East Asia. Using bp of the mitochondrial hypervariable region, an approach which allowed the inclusion of information from extremely poorly preserved ancient samples, we classify all non-African wild asses into eleven clades that show a clear phylogeographic structure revealing their phylogenetic history.
Cultural history of the buttocks
Taming the late Quaternary phylogeography of the Eurasiatic wild ass through ancient and modern DNA
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Sexualization of the buttocks , especially of the female gender, has occurred throughout history. Sexologist Alfred Kinsey suggested that the buttocks is the primary sexual presentation site in primates. Some anthropologists and sociobiologists believe that breast fetishism derives from the breasts' similarity to buttocks, but instead provide sexual attraction from the front of the body. In humans, females generally have more round and voluptuous buttocks, caused by estrogen that encourages the body to store fat in the buttocks, hips, and thighs. Testosterone discourages fat storage in these areas.
Study design: Cadaveric biomechanical study. Purpose: We compared the "skipped segment screw" SSS construct with the conventional "all segment screw" ASS construct for cervical spine fixation in six degrees of freedom in terms of the range of motion ROM. Overview of literature: Currently, no clear guidelines are available in the literature for the configuration of lateral mass LM screwrod fixation for cervical spine stabilization.