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Genes, Volume 9, Issue 7 (July 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Domestic geese specimens from 15 archaeological sites in Russia subjected to an ancient DNA [...] Read more. Domestic geese specimens from 15 archaeological sites in Russia subjected to an ancient DNA analysis, demonstrated that a mitochondrial haplogroup diagnostic for current domestic geese was already present in High Medieval domestic geese (11–13th centuries) and persisted through Late Medieval and Post Medieval times. Different mitochondrial DNA haplogroups characterize the wild progenitor of domestic geese, the greylag. This is the most detailed ancient DNA study on domestic geese to date. View this paper.