Deguilloux, M. F., Bertel, L., Celant, A., Pemonge, M., Sadori, L., Magri, D. and Petit, R. (2006). Genetic analysis of archaeological wood remains:. J Archaeol Sci 33 (9). Vol 33(9), pp. 1216-1227.

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Genetic analysis of archaeological wood remains:
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first results and prospects
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J Archaeol Sci 33 (9)
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Journal of Archaeological Science
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33 (9)
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1216 - 1227
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A total of fifty-one ancient oak wood samples originating from various European archaeological sites, dating from the Neolithic period to the eighteenth century, were assayed for the presence of reproducible chloroplast (cp) DNA sequences. Five polymorphic chloroplast fragments were targeted. Only five of the samples could be fully genetically characterised, revealing four different oak cpDNA haplotypes. In all cases, the haplotypes detected on ancient woods and the haplotypes characterised from fresh samples from the same localities matched. Overall, this congruence is consistent with a genetic continuity between ancient and modern European oaks, confirming the hypothesis that the mapped genetic patterns largely reflect the original structure that established during the post-glacial. This stability of the genetic structure implies that, in the future, the technique could be used to infer or confirm the transport of wood by man, providing interesting perspectives for the genetic analysis of ancient woods.
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M F Deguilloux
L Bertel
A Celant
M H Pemonge
L Sadori
D Magri
R J Petit
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2006
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Neolithic (Auto Detected Temporal)
Archaeological Wood Remains (Auto Detected Subject))
Wood (Auto Detected Subject))
Modern European (Auto Detected Temporal)
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URI: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03054403
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11 Jun 2007