Re: Clarification on relationship between Morphology and genes

Aleta v. Turner (
Sun, 14 Jul 1996 20:20:00 GMT (Karen ) wrote:
>6% diversity between human populations is incorrect.

This seems obvious, since the commonly quoted figure is that humans
and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) (also humans and bonobos, P.
paniscus) share 98 percent of our genetic material. My question is
what is the "accepted" amount of shared genetic material within
H.s.s.? Can anyone site specific studies on this?

Aleta v. Turner