Genetics and aDNA at AAPA2017

Freshly back from Vancouver, which I will be recapping later.

Here’s a first-pass pull of titles from the preliminary program of the 86th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists in New Orleans (April 19, 2017–April 22, 2017), which I’m sorry to say I won’t be making.

Some of these were presented previously at SAA2017 or have already come out in journals/as preprints. I will be winnowing this down to highlight what’s of greatest interest to me (pace everyone I don’t get to mention) + will update with abstracts and interspersed comments once more is up on the website.

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Session 5: Anthropological Genetics, Origins, Migrations, and Introgression
Contributed Podium Presentations. Chair: Verena J. Schuenemann.
Balcony I/J.

8:00 Y-chromosome STR analysis of ancient individuals from British Columbia. A.C. OWINGS, J.S. CYBULSKI, R.S. MALHI.

8:15 A mitochondrial DNA study of the Beothuk and Maritime Archaic, extinct aboriginal populations from Newfoundland and Labrador. A.T. DUGGAN, A. HARRIS, S. MARCINIAK, I. MARSHALL, V. GRIMES, H. POINAR.

8:30 Genetic structure of populations of the Aleutian Archipelago based on 750,000 SNPs. M.H. CRAWFORD, S.D. ALDEN, R. DAVID, K.G. BEATY.

8:45 Migration, admixture and genetic continuity in pre and post-contact Puerto Rico. M.A. NIEVES-COLON, W.J. PESTLE, J. BENN-TORRES, A.C. STONE.

11:00 Archaic hominin introgression in Africa contributes to functional salivary MUC7 genetic variation. D. XU, P. PAVLIDIS, N. ALACHIOTIS, C. FLANAGAN, R. BLEKHMAN, S. RUHL, O. GOKCUMEN.

11:30 Neolithic familial migration contrasts Bronze Age male migration inferred from ancient X chromosomes. A. GOLDBERG, T. GUNTER, N.A. ROSENBERG, M. JAKOBSSON.

12:00 Dynamics of clans in Human Unilineal populations: a genetic approach. B. ALARD, G. LY, R. LAURENT, S. LAFOSSE, C. MONIDARIN, G. DIFFLOTH, O. EVRARD, F. BOURDIER, S. PAVARD, R. CHAIX.

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8:00 Y-chromosome STR analysis of ancient individuals from British Columbia. A.C. OWINGS, J.S. CYBULSKI, R.S. MALHI.
8:15 A mitochondrial DNA study of the Beothuk and Maritime Archaic, extinct aboriginal populations from Newfoundland and Labrador. A.T. DUGGAN, A. HARRIS, S. MARCINIAK, I. MARSHALL, V. GRIMES, H. POINAR.
8:30 Genetic structure of populations of the Aleutian Archipelago based on 750,000 SNPs. M.H. CRAWFORD, S.D. ALDEN, R. DAVID, K.G. BEATY.
8:45 Migration, admixture and genetic continuity in pre and post-contact Puerto Rico. M.A. NIEVES-COLON, W.J. PESTLE, J. BENN-TORRES, A.C. STONE.
9:00 Analysis of Mexican American full genome DNA sequences identifies 137 SNPs of unique Native American origin. S.D. NIEDBALSKI, J.C. LONG.
9:15 The Genomic History of the First Australians. A. MALASPINAS, M.C. WESTAWAY, S. SUBRAMANIAN, J. WRIGHT, L. DAVID, E. WILLERSLEV.
9:30 Studying Population Genetics in War Time: Syria and Iraq According to Genographic Database. M. SHAMOON-POUR, G. VILSHANSKY, M.G. VILAR.
9:45 Ancient Egyptian mummy genomes suggest an increase of Sub-Saharan African ancestry in post-Roman periods. V.J. SCHUENEMANN, A. PELTZER, W. HAAK, S. SCHIFFELS, J.
KRAUSE.
10:00 Break.
10:30 Levantine and southern Arabian populations share many Neanderthal SNPs. D.N. VYAS, A. AL-MEERI, C.J. MULLIGAN.
10:45 Diverse Patterns of Neanderthal Introgression in Western Asia. R.O. TASKENT, D. ALIOGLU, E. FER, H.M. DONERTAS, M. SOMEL, O. GOKCUMEN.
11:00 Archaic hominin introgression in Africa contributes to functional salivary MUC7 genetic variation. D. XU, P. PAVLIDIS, N. ALACHIOTIS, C. FLANAGAN, R. BLEKHMAN, S. RUHL, O. GOKCUMEN.
11:15 Simultaneous Estimates of Archaic Admixture and Ancient Population Sizes. A.R. ROGERS, R.J. BOHLENDER.
11:30 Neolithic familial migration contrasts Bronze Age male migration inferred from ancient X chromosomes. A. GOLDBERG, T. GUNTER, N.A. ROSENBERG, M. JAKOBSSON.
11:45 Ancient DNA Analysis of a Late 17th Century Plantation site in Delaware Yields Considerable Matrilineal Diversity and Relatedness in Early Colonists. R.E. FLESKES, F. WEST, G.S. CABANA, T.G. SCHURR.
12:00 Dynamics of clans in Human Unilineal populations: a genetic approach. B. ALARD, G. LY, R. LAURENT, S. LAFOSSE, C. MONIDARIN, G. DIFFLOTH, O. EVRARD, F. BOURDIER, S. PAVARD, R. CHAIX.


Session 25: Human Biology and Genetics I
Contributed Poster Presentations. Chair: Noah D. Simons. Carondolet.

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1 Diet and health in 18th to 20th century Copenhagen. M.S. JØRKOV, D.R. GRÖCKE.
2 Genetics of Psychiatric Disorders and Behavioral Traits Correlate with Geo-climate Variables, Pathogen Diversity, and Language [P]honological Complexity in European Populations. R. POLIMANTI, M. KAYSER, J. GELERNTER.
3 Uncoupling Protein 1 (UCP1) and Selection in Warm and Cold Climates. L. NEVELL.
4 The evolution of the human hippocampus and neuroplasticity. B.M. SCHILDER, B.J. BRADLEY, C.C. SHERWOOD.
5 The value of understanding intraspecific relationships in comparative analyses. L. YAO, H. LI, C.S. MOREAU, R.S. MALHI, R.D. MARTIN.
6 The Shape of Selection on Human Life Histories. J. JONES.
7 Internal craniofacial morphology of high-altitude Tibetans may reflect unique adaptations to hypoxic environments. L.N. BUTARIC, R. KLOCKE.
8 High heritability and ancestry dominance are behind the genetics of short stature in South African KhoeSan populations. M. LIN, J.M. GRANKA, A.R. MARTIN, J. MYRICK, E.G. ATKINSON, C.J. WERELY, D. GURDASANI, C. POMILLA, T. CARSTENSEN, B. SCELZA, M. MOLLER, M. SANDHU, C.D. BUSTAMANTE, E.G. HOAL, M.W. FELDMAN, C.R. GIGNOUX, B.M. HENN.
9 Identification of Mitochondrial and Y-chromosome Population Structure among Four Ayeaye Populations in Madagascar. M.L. AYLWARD, S.E. JOHNSON, G.H. PERRY, E.E. LOUIS JR..
10 Megalencephaly and Macrocephaly Genes are Associated with Comparative Variation in Primate Brain Size. A.R. DECASIEN, A. YIM.
11 Host immune gene expression and viral infection status from whole blood transcriptomes in the Ugandan red colobus. N.D. SIMONS, G.N. EICK, M.J. RUIZ-LOPEZ, C.A. CHAPMAN, T.L. GOLDBERG, K.N. STERNER, N. TING.
12 A comparative analysis of wild non-human primate gut microbiomes. R.M. AUSTIN, K. SANKARANARAYANAN, C. WARINNER, C. LEWIS JR..
13 Sex differences in dimorphic dental trait heritability in Saguinus fuscicollis. A.M. HARDIN.
14 Associations between MHC-DQA1 Regulatory Variation and the Gut Microbiome in the Ugandan Red Colobus (Procolobus rufomitratus tephrosceles). D.M. CHRISTIE, N.D. SIMONS, M. RUIZ-LOPEZ, C.A. CHAPMAN, T.L. GOLDBERG, K. STAGAMAN, B.J. BOHANNAN, N. TING.
15 Rapid, Inexpensive Genotyping and Barcoding of Primates: Multiple Applications for Highresolution Melt Analysis in Primatology and Anthropology. D.C. FRANKEL, R.L. JACOBS, E.E. LOUIS JR, W.D. HOPKINS, B.J. BRADLEY.
16 FOXP2 Variation in Great Ape Populations offers potential Insights into Variation in Communication. N. STAES, C.C. SHERWOOD, M.D. MONTERO, J.J. ELY, W.D. HOPKINS, B.J. BRADLEY.
17 Ancient hybridization between Papio and Theropithecus detected at a non-coding region of the X-chromosome. A.J. TOSI, C.M. BERGEY, A.S. BURRELL.
18 Genome Partitioning and Telomere Length in Primates and other Mammals. A.R. KLEGARTH, D.T. EISENBERG.
19 DNA barcodes and the identification of extant and extinct primates. V. NIJMAN, T. ROBBINS.
20 The New Genus Paragalago Suggests Convergent Dwarfism in the family Galagidae. L. POZZI, J.C. MASTERS.
21 Association of ACE haplotypes and family members in social networks with blood pressure variation in African Americans. K.C. FULLER, C. MCCARTY, R. VACCA, C.C. GRAVLEE, C.J. MULLIGAN.
22 Adaptive Evolution of TCIRG1: A Gene Involved in Bone Development and Remodeling. A. YIM, S.A. WILLIAMS, T.R. DISOTELL.
23 Optimism and Social Support Buffer Effects of Childhood Disadvantage on Adult Health Behaviors. E.S. CLAUSING, J.C. ROMÁN, S.E. GILMAN, E.B. LOUCKS, S.L. BUKA, L.D. KUBZANSKY, A.A. APPLETON, A.L. NON.
24 Violence and Prostate Cancer Risk: Chronic Health implications of the Challenge Hypothesis for the Southern American Culture of Honor. L.C. ALVARADO.
25 Evidence of an ancient origin for contemporary chronic disease risk in South Asia. E. POMEROY, V. MUSHRIF-TRIPATHY, J.T. STOCK, J.C. WELLS.
26 Effects of Genetics and the Nuclear Family Environment on Shodagor Health. M.H. AHSAN, K.E. STARKWEATHER.
27 Suicidal Behavior as a Costly Signal of Apology. K.L. SYME, E.H. HAGEN.
28 Variation in clinical symptoms in sickle cell trait athletes: a study on genetic markers and behavioral traits. C. FLANSBURG, C.M. BALENTINE, R.W. GRIEGER, J. LUND, M. CIAMBELLA, E. GONZALEZ, D. WHITE, A.C. STONE, L. MADRIGAL.
29 Evidence of Prehistorical Atlantic and Pacific Transoceanic Genetic and Cultural Contacts with America. A. ARNAIZ-VILLENA, E. MUÑIZ, C. CAMPOS, M. MARTIN VILLA, J. PALACIO-GRUBER.


Session 33: Here Comes the Sun: Evolutionary Responses to Solar Exposure I

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1 Pigmentation variation in the presence of strong UVR: genetic and phenotypic variation in Island Melanesia. H.L. NORTON, L. BOWSER, J.S. FRIEDLAENDER.
2 Genetics of pigmentation in East Asia: The role of OCA2 polymorphisms. L. RAWOFI, M. EDWARDS, S. KRITHIKA, N. MURRAY, H.L. NORTON, E.J. PARRA.
3 Rapid Evolution of Lighter Skin Pigmentation in Southern Africa. B.M. HENN, M. LIN, A.R. MARTIN, R. SIFORD.
4 The complicated genetic landscape of skin color in India. F. ILIESCU, G. CHAPLIN, N. RAI, G. JACOBS, C. BASU MALLICK, A. MISHRA, R. GOTO, R. TAMANG, G. CHAUBEY, I. GALLEGO ROMERO, F. CRIVELLARO, R. PITCHAPPAN, L. SINGH, M. MIRAZON-LAHR, M. METSPALU, K. THANGARAJ, T. KIVISILD, N.G. JABLONSKI.
5 Variation in skin reflectance and pigmentation genes in young adults of Xhosa and Cape Mixed ancestry from the Western Cape, South Africa. N.G. JABLONSKI, T. LASISI, A. ABHIMANYU, A.K. COUSSENS, C.E. NAUDE, G. CHAPLIN, L.N. PEARSON, R. GOLIATH, M.D. SHRIVER, R.J. WILKINSON.
6 Fluidity of “Color” among Brazilians Investigated using Genomic Ancestry, Skin Pigmentation, and Facial Ancestry. L.N. PEARSON, D.A. HERNANDEZ, P. CLAES, R.W. PEREIRA, M.D. SHRIVER.
7 Mapping the Origins of Inter-Population Skin Color Variation with Admixed Indigenous Populations. K.C. ANG, V.A. CANFIELD, T.C. FOSTER, M.S. NGU, J. HAWLEY, M.M. CLYDE, B.M. MD-ZAIN, G. MEISENBERG, S.J. OPPENHEIMER, K.C. CHENG.
8 Pigmentation in a Comparative Context: Factors Shaping Variation and Convergence in Primate Pelage Patterns. B.J. BRADLEY, J.M. KAMILAR, A.N. SPRIGGS, B.C. WILHELM, S. WALSH.
9 The prediction of human pigmentation phenotypes from DNA for forensic and anthropological usage. S. WALSH, K. BRESLIN, R. ELLER, C. MURALIDHARAN, E. POSPIECH, L. CHAITANYA, A. WOLLSTEIN, F. LIU, W. BRANICKI, M. KAYSER.
10 A Complex, Polygenic Architecture for Lightened Skin Pigmentation in the Southern African KhoeSan. A.R. MARTIN, C.R. GIGNOUX, M. LIN, J.M. GRANKA, A. ADAMS, X. LIU, E.G. ATKINSON, C.A. GUENTHER, S. BELEZA, C.J. WERELY, J. MYRICK, M. MÖLLER, D.M. KINGSLEY, M.J. DALY, M.W. FELDMAN, E.G. HOAL, C.D. BUSTAMANTE, B.M. HENN.
11 The role of FZD6 in the evolution of tanning response in the Americas. E.E. QUILLEN, J. FOSTER, A. SHELDRAKE, N.G. JABLONSKI, M.D. SHRIVER.
12 Complex adaptive forces shape skin barrier evolution in humans. Y. LIN, M. EAASWARKHANTH, P. PAJIC, D. XU, M. RZHETSKAYA, M. HAYES, R. BLEKHMAN, N. JABLONSKI, O. GOKCUMEN.


Session 37: Human Biology and Genetics II
Contributed Poster Presentations.
Chair: Kirsten A. Ziesemer.
Carondolet.

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1 Recovery of ancient DNA from Upper Nubian skeletal remains. A.M. BREIDENSTEIN, A. BOUWMAN, G.E. ZOELLER, G. EMBERLING, F. RUEHLI, A.W. BIGHAM.
2 Interpreting the Penutian migration through Genetics: Ancient human DNA analysis from Central California. F.A. VILLANEA, C. MONROE, R. CAMBRA, A. LEVENTHAL.
3 Paleogenomic investigations of human remains from Rapa Nui. L. FEHREN-SCHMITZ, K.M. HARKINS, C.L. JARMAN.
4 A new method for assessing postmortem DNA damage from ancient remains. K.M. HARKINS, J.D. KAPP, L. FEHREN-SCHMITZ, R.E. GREEN.
5 Comparison of Five Different DNA Extraction Methods for Reconstructing Ancient Gut Microbiomes from Coprolites. R.W. HAGAN, C. HOFMAN, K. REINHARD, K. SANKARANARAYANANN, C. WARINNER.
6 Comparative Sub-Regional Population Structure within South America using MtDNA and Y-Chromosome DNA. B.C. HERRERA, M. HUBBE.
7 Investigating the genetic impacts of Spanish missionization on the Guale of St. Catherines Island, Georgia. L.C. SPRINGS, C.S. LARSEN, D.H. THOMAS, A.M. SEMON, D.A. BOLNICK.
8 Genetic Diversity in the Dominican Republic: Implications for the Population and Demographic History of Hispaniola. E.R. OAKLEY, R. PAULINO-RAMIREZ, B. VEGA, M.G. VILAR, A. MENCIA-RIPLEY, S. GUERRERO-MARTINEZ, A. BENITEZ, T.G. SCHURR. 9 History of Human Population Diversity Studies in Central America. N.F. BALDI, R. BARRANTES.
10 Comparison of southwestern US Hispanic populations to Mexican Hispanic populations using immunoglobulin haplotypes. M.S. SCHANFIELD.
11 Insights into the Cahokian Sphere of Influence through Ancient DNA Evidence. J.L. HARRISON, F.A. KAESTLE.
12 Y STR Variation in Six Garífuna Villages on the Honduran Coast. K.G. BEATY, E. HERRERA-PAZ, N. BALDI-SALAS, N. BRACCI, M. MATAMOROS, M.H. CRAWFORD, R. ROY.
13 The effect of mobility and modernization on co-residence patterns in Batek hunter- gatherers: a longitudinal analysis. T.S. KRAFT, V.V. VENKATARAMAN, K.M. ENDICOTT.
14 Cultural and biological pathways of transmission among post-contact Native Americans on the High Plains. S.J. LYCETT, N. VON CRAMON-TAUBADEL.
15 Three-dimensional analysis of facial aging and asymmetry from juvenile to old age. J. VELEMÍNSKÁ, E. HOFFMANNOVÁ, J. KOUDELOVÁ, J. DUPEJ.
16 Age-progression and age-regression face modelling in Czech girls from 6 to 15 years based on three-dimensional longitudinal data. E. HOFFMANNOVA, J. KOUDELOVÁ, J. DUPEJ, J. VELEMÍNSKÁ.
17 Neonatal hair cortisol in rural Gambian infants. S. FARDI, S. DRAMMEH, A. DOEL, A.M. PRENTICE, S.E. MOORE, R.M. BERNSTEIN.
18 Age- and Testosterone-dependent Changes in Facial Asymmetry among Adolescent Bolivian Males and Females. C.R. HODGES-SIMEON, K.N. HANSON SOBRASKE, K. STEINHILBER, M. GURVEN, S.J. GAULIN.
19 Postnatal Neuron increase in the Human Amygdala is more Extensive than in other Hominids. N. BARGER, M.V. VARGAS, T.A. AVINO, K. SEMENDEFERI, C.M. SCHUMANN.
20 Greater variability in within-section cortical thickness among men relative to women and its effects on the accuracy of periosteally-derived cross-sectional geometry estimates. A.A. MACINTOSH, C.N. SHAW, T.M. RYAN, J.T. STOCK.
21 Breast milk macronutrient content in rural West African mothers is impacted by season of infant birth and maternal energy balance. M.A. GRUCA, S.E. MOORE, M.K. DARBOE, A.M. PRENTICE, R.M. BERNSTEIN.
22 An Evolutionary Perspective on Elective Cesarean Section. K.R. ROSENBERG, W.R. TREVATHAN.
23 Growth and reproduction in adult women: understanding the interactions of evolution and culture in American and rural Brazilian populations. A.C. RIVARA, S.G. PAIVA.
24 First case of cd39 β-thalassemia found in a Sardinian man from 2000 years ago. C. VIGANÒ, G. AKGÜL, F. RÜHLI, A. BOUWMAN.
25 Whole human genome enrichment on dental calculus. K.A. ZIESEMER, J. RAMOS MADRIGAL, A.E. MANN, K. SANKARANARAYANAN, C. WARINNER, C. HOFMAN, H. SCHROEDER.
26 Using Mitogenomes to Understand Dog Population History in the Americas. K.E. WITT, R.S. MALHI.
27 The Distribution of CFTR Haplotypes in Brazilian Quilombos as a Consequence of History. C. CARVALHO GONTIJO, D. MORAES, C.X. DE CARVALHO, E.M. COELHO, C.T. MENDES-JUNIOR, G. FEIJÓ, M. KLAUTAU-GUIMARÃES, S.F. DE OLIVEIRA.
28 Placentophagy’s Effects on Postpartum Maternal Affect, Health, and Recovery. S.M. YOUNG, L.K. GRYDER, C. CROSS, D. ZAVA, D.W. KIMBALL, D.C. BENYSHEK.
29 Community Support Buffers Psychosocial Stress in Mothers of Infants. B.N. EVANS, B.L. TURNER.


Session 49: Human Biology and Genetics III
Contributed Poster Presentations. Chair: Theresa E. Gildner.
Carondolet.

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1 A Woman’s World: Rate of Morphological Dilemmas in Romano-British Childbirth. C.
MCGOVERN.
2 Patterns of mtDNA Diversity in Central Asia Reveal a Complex Population History. B.M.
CHRISTY.
3 Whole Mitochondrial Genomes Reveal the Maternal Origin of the Bronze Age Xiabandi
Population in Xinjiang, Northwest China. C. NING, Y. CUI.
4 Characterizing blood composition in mothers and newborns: Implications for epigenetic
studies. C. HSIAO, N.C. RODNEY, J. QUINLAN, C.J. MULLIGAN.
5 Human Settlement History of Papua New Guinea Highland Populations. M. LI, K. DEROSA,
H. MANN, A. ROOME, S. SCHUTTA, D. CASTELLANOS, S. BENDER, J. ECHARD, K.
CASEY, M. SHAMOON-POUR, K. GOWEN, R. SPATHIS, R. GARRUTO, K. LUM.
6 One Generation Evolutionary Signal from Human Whole-exome Sequencing Data. T.
FERREIRA DE ALMEIDA, D. VICENSOTTO BERNARDO, M.R. SANTOS PASSOSBUENO.
7 New Problems with an Old Idea: Is Human Genetic Variation really Clinally Distributed?
J.A. HODGSON.
8 Simulating effect of starting configuration on diversity in the context of range expansion.
N.J. ANGAL, C.R. TILLQUIST.
9 Genome variation across the Bantu to Nilo-Saharan linguistic boundary in Uganda. R.L.
RAAUM, D. ISABIRYE.
10 MtDNA analysis reveals presence of ancestral lineages between coastal and highland
populations in Papua New Guinea. K.L. DEROSA, M. LI, H. MANN, S. SCHUTTA, A.
ROOME, W. GUO, D. CASTELLANOS, S. BENDER, J. ECHART, K. CASEY, M.
SHAMOON-POUR, H. DULIN, R. SPATHIS, R.M. GARRUTO, J. LUM.
11 Genetic variation of southern Africa hunter-gatherers and the impact of admixture with
farming and pastoralist populations. M. VICENTE, P. EBBESEN, M. JAKOBSSON, C.
SCHLEBUSCH.
12 Human races are not the same as dog breeds: Dismantling a powerful popular metaphor as
an educational exercise. H. DUNSWORTH, A. BIGHAM, H. NORTON, L. PEARSON, E.
QUILLEN.
13 Documenting the Changing Reproductive Landscape among Shuar Females from
Amazonian Ecuador. F.C. MADIMENOS, M.A. LIEBERT, S.S. URLACHER, T.J. CEPONROBINS,
T.E. GILDNER, C.J. HARRINGTON, J. SNODGRASS, L.S. SUGIYAMA.
14 Associations between testosterone levels and parasite load: Testing life history tradeoffs
among indigenous Shuar men from Amazonian Ecuador. T.E. GILDNER, M.A. LIEBERT,
T.J. CEPON-ROBINS, R.G. BRIBIESCAS, S.S. URLACHER, J.M. SHROCK, C.J.
HARRINGTON, F.C. MADIMENOS, L.S. SUGIYAMA, J. SNODGRASS.
15 Relations of hot flash severity, stress and socioeconomic status among Mayan and nonMayan
women in Campeche, Mexico. D.E. BROWN, L.L. SIEVERT, L. HUICOCHEA
GOMEZ, D. CAHUICH CAMPOS.
16 Does menstrual phase affect the relationships between catecholamines and perceived
environmental stress? G.D. JAMES.
17 Evidence of Coastal New Guinea Population Geneflow and Implications for the Southern
and East Asian Migration Route Hypotheses. S. RAGSDALE, H. MARSH.
18 A Study of Structural Variants in Ancient Genomes and their Introgression into Modern
Humans. S. RESENDEZ, D. XU, J. BRADLEY, O. GOKCUMEN.
19 Modeling the Effects of Multiple Transmission Pathways on the Spread of Enteric
Pathogens. J. DIMKA, J. TROSTLE, J.N. EISENBERG.
20 Sex-related Connectivity Differences in the LSCN. I.D. GEORGE, K. ALDRIDGE.
21 Human sickness behavior not expressed in response to the rabies vaccine. E.C. SHATTUCK,
M.P. MUEHLENBEIN.
22 Sex Ratio Imbalance affects Marriage and Reproductive Decisions among Pumé HunterGatherers.
K.L. KRAMER, R. SCHACHT, R.D. GREAVES, A.V. BELL.
23 Early Life Influences on Dual-Hormone Output in Fathers When Playing With Their
Children. M.S. SARMA, S. BECHAYDA, L.T. GETTLER.
24 Variation in dietary intake and DNA methylation: The possibility of a remnant thrifty
epigenotype in populations remaining at risk for seasonal food shortages. M. MOSHER, A.J.
WILLIAMS.
25 Maternal environment and the composition of breast milk immune proteins in mothers from
urban and rural Poland. L.D. KLEIN, E. GOONATILLEKE, A. GALBARCZYK, A.
KOTLINSKA, C. LEBRILLA, G. JASIENSKA, K. HINDE.
26 Skewed Pattern of X Chromosome Inactivation in Brazilian Women. S.F. OLIVEIRA, D.L.
BRANDÃO, A. PIC-TAYLOR, J.F. ARAÚJO.
27 Central Asian Turkic and Indo-Iranian Genetic, Linguistic, and Geographic Differentiation.
A.G. KITTOE, F. MANNI, É. HEYER, P. MENNECIER.
28 Men’s status and reproductive success in 33 non-industrial societies: effects of subsistence,
marriage system, and reproductive strategy. C.R. VON RUEDEN, A.V. JAEGGI.
29 Dating Behaviors and Attitudes among Single Parents in the U.S. C.Y. FRANCO, P.B.
GRAY, J.R. GARCIA, A.N. GESSELMAN, H.E. FISHER.
30 Pregnancy and the upper volumetric expansion of the barrel-shaped ribcage in Hylobates
and Homo. J. UY, K. O’BRIEN, J. HAWKS.
31 Ancient Yersinia pestis genomes provide novel insights into the phylogeographic history of
Plague. M.A. SPYROU, R.I. TUKHBATOVA, M. FELDMAN, A. HERBIG, K.I. BOS, J.
KRAUSE.


Session 59: Human Biology and Genetics IV
Contributed Poster Presentations. Chair: Melanie A. Martin.
Carondolet.

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1 Genetic structure of populations from six cities in Iraq based on 15 STRs. S.D. ALDEN, M.
SABBAH, M.H. CRAWFORD.
2 Method Development: Enzyme-linked Immunoassay Techniques to Detect Hair Cortisol
Concentrations in Afro-textured Hair. J.A. DOYLE, E. BRINDLE, D. ENQUOBAHRIE, S.
GOODREAU.
3 Objectively Measured Childhood Physical Activity among Small-scale Populations. S.S.
URLACHER, J. SNODGRASS, K.L. KRAMER, M. KONECNA, H. PONTZER, L.S.
SUGIYAMA.
4 The Effects of Lifestyle Factors and Social Support on Physical Activity Patterns among
Older Adults from Uganda: Preliminary Analyses from WHO’s SAGE-PA Uganda Substudy.
T.J. CEPON-ROBINS, M. KUTEESA, T.M. BARRETT, J. MUGISHA, E. HALLETT, J.
SCHROCK, L. GEDDES, P. MBABAZI, P. KOWAL, J. SEELEY, J. SNODGRASS.
5 “Skeletal maturation” vs. “critical fat threshold” in relation to pubertal development in
Qom girls. M.A. MARTIN, C. VALEGGIA.
6 Objectively measured physical activity in a hunting and gathering population. D.A.
RAICHLEN, H. PONTZER, J.A. HARRIS, T.W. ZDERIC, M.T. HAMILTON, B.M. WOOD.
7 Exploring the Use of Wrist-based Fitness Monitors in Network Creation. T. JASKOWIEC,
M.V. FLINN.
8 Fosterage on Adult Strength and Body Fat in Himba Women. S. PRALL, B. SCELZA.
9 Reduced Immune Investment with Energy Stress: Evidence from a Mouse Model. A.L.
SCHNEIDER, N.S. BURGHARDT, H. PONTZER.
10 Optimizing Long-Run Energy Harvesting Strategies in Central Asian Nomadic Pastoralists.
A.Z. REYNOLDS, P.L. HOOPER.
11 Seasonal Fluctuation in Body Fat Sexual Dimorphism among Pumé Hunter-Gatherers. A.
ACHENBACH, R.D. GREAVES, K.L. KRAMER.
12 Overweight and obesity prevalence and tracking after 2 years follow up study in children
and adolescents from Havana, Cuba. V. VAZQUEZ, J. GÁLVEZ, M. DÍAZ, D. NIEBLA.
13 Water Soluble Nutrient Intake and Leptin Phenotypes in the Kansas Mennonite. C.E.
BARRETT, M. CRAWFORD, M. MOSHER.
14 Differential Impacts of Drought on Social and Ecological Adaptations of the Himba Across
Local Environments of Kaokoveld. M. ANDERSON, A. HAZEL.
15 Stable isotope analysis of hair from three peoples in modern Ethiopia shows clear
differences among isotopic signatures related to subsistence regimes. C.G. COOPER, K.
LUPO, A. ZENA, M.P. RICHARDS.
16 Market integration and lifestyle in Vanutau, and their effects on health. E.D. MASSENGILL,
S.M. MATTISON.
17 Modern human hair, nail and breath isotopic signals and their relevance to diet assessment
in the past. M. CORREIA, R. FOLEY, T. O’CONNELL, F. RAMÍREZ-ROZZI, M. MIRAZÓN
LAHR.
18 Osteoarthritis as an evolutionary mismatch disease. I.J. WALLACE, S. WORTHINGTON,
D.T. FELSON, R.D. JURMAIN, K.T. WREN, H. MAIJANEN, R.J. WOODS, D.E.
LIEBERMAN.
19 Objectively Measured Physical Activity among the Pokot Agro-Pastoralists of Kenya. M.
SAYRE, D.A. RAICHLEN, E.N. BUNKLEY, D.A. ODERA, C.A. REEVES, I.L. PIKE.
20 The effects of high speed and weighted walking on head pitch and knee forces. J.T.
WEBBER, D.A. RAICHLEN.
21 Inferior Nasal Turbinate Morphology in Arctic and sub-Saharan African Humans:
Implications for Understanding Climatic Adaptation in the Nasal Complex. T.N. MARKS,
L.N. BUTARIC, S.D. MADDUX, R.G. FRANCISCUS.
22 Why are Men’s faces More Easily Recognized as Male? Evolutionary Conditioning of
Perceptual Biases. T. GONZALEZ-ZARZAR, J. FERNANDEZ, M. BEASLEY, A. ZAIDI, P.
CLAES, M.D. SHRIVER, J.K. WAGNER.
23 Differences between Human and Chimpanzee Costo-vertebral Joint Anatomy. W.É.
CALLISON, D.E. LIEBERMAN.
24 Cranial and Mandibular Variation Preceding the Emergence of Agriculture in Eastern
Europe and Western Asia. M. GALLAND, A. GROMOV, V. MOISEYEV, S. VASILYEV, E.
VESELOVSKAYA, R.M. PINHASI.
25 The Neolithic transition at the Western edge of Europe. G.M. GONZALEZ FORTES, T.
FRANCESCA, G. SILVIA, H. KIRSTIN, H. MICHAEL, B. GUIDO.
26 Harnessing the Power of the Genographic Project Database to Research Migrations in WarTorn
Regions: Mitochondrial DNA Diversity in Afghanistan. M.G. VILAR, G.
VILSHANSKY, D. MERRIWETHER, M. SHAMOON POUR.
27 The Center on American Indian and Alaskan Native Genomics Research: Engaging Ethical,
Legal, and Social Issues. J. LUND, S. KETCHUM, P. SPICER, A. COBB-GREETHAM, V.
HIRATSUKA, C.M. LEWIS.
28 Agent-Based Modeling of Geographic Barriers and Gene Flow in Fuego-Patagonia. V.M.
BATTISTA.
29 Using historic fixed soft tissues for retrospective genomic analyses: a methodological
evaluation. G. FERRARI, H.E. LISCHER, G. AKGÜL, F.J. RÜHLI, A.S. BOUWMAN.
30 Measures of Evolvability in Human Body Proportions across Latitude. K.R. SAVELL, B.M.
AUERBACH.
31 Assessment of Cortical Thickness as a Non-Specific Indicator of Stress in Bone: An
Experimental Animal Model. T.M. FRASIER, M.P. ALFONSO-DURRUTY, D. HEADLEY.
32 Population genetics analysis of Southeast Asian Ovalocytosis in a cohort of individuals from
Island Melanesia. E.A. WERREN, H.L. NORTON, A.W. BIGHAM.


Session 65: Primate Evolutionary Morphology
3:30 The evolution of hominoid cranial diversity: a quantitative genetics approach. L.
SCHROEDER, N. VON CRAMON-TAUBADEL.

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