Data from: Ancient trade routes shaped the genetic structure of horses in eastern Eurasia

Vera M. Warmuth, Michael G. Campana, Anders Eriksson, Mim Bower, Graeme Barker & Andrea Manica
Animal exchange networks have been shown to play an important role in determining gene flow among domestic animal populations. The Silk Road is one of the oldest continuous exchange networks in human history, yet its effectiveness in facilitating animal exchange across large geographic distances and topographically challenging landscapes has never been explicitly studied. Horses are known to have been traded along the Silk Roads; however, extensive movement of horses in connection with other human activities...
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