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Summary:
fossilized shark teeth wood working tools, peat analysis, peat expert, paleo-demography, population ummunology, metabolic stress, peat specimen, cranial material, Nubian material, skeletal material, femurs, large bones, infant bones, IRAS collection, cranium, Alvar, PVA compound, Gauthier, mitochondrial DNA evolution, rhibosomal DNA, cell nucleus, nuclear DNA, electro-phoretic gel, morphology, artiodactyls, PEG, medullary cavity
Title: GN124.
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Name(s): Glen Doran, Project Director
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Technical Reports
Date Created: 1984-12-04
Extent: 1 report
Language(s): English
Summary: fossilized shark teeth wood working tools, peat analysis, peat expert, paleo-demography, population ummunology, metabolic stress, peat specimen, cranial material, Nubian material, skeletal material, femurs, large bones, infant bones, IRAS collection, cranium, Alvar, PVA compound, Gauthier, mitochondrial DNA evolution, rhibosomal DNA, cell nucleus, nuclear DNA, electro-phoretic gel, morphology, artiodactyls, PEG, medullary cavity
Identifier: FSU_ANT_Windover_fieldnote_Doran_1984_066 (IID)
Subject(s): Archaeological sites
Excavation
Indians of North America -- Florida
Archaeology--Field work
Held by: Florida State University, Department of Anthropology, Tallahassee, Florida.
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