NATURAL SELECTION INTENSITY IN INDIAN POPULATION – AN OVERVIEW.

  • Kiran Singh Department Of Anthropology, University Of Delhi
  • A.K. Kapoor Professor at Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi
Keywords: Selection Intensity, mortality, fertility, crow index, modernization

Abstract

The Process of natural selection is selected by the environment. Crow index and Johnston &Kensinger index has been devised to calculate the selection intensity. India is one of the developing country and having diversity of geographically distribution but exposed to different environmental condition .So in this case every population of India cannot have the same level of selection intensity.

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Published
2015-06-30
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