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We will take the help of some NGOs to execute this plan, said RM PatelPrincipal Secretarystate Labour Department For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDNA from ancient turkeys is helping archaeologists unravel the mystery of where the Ancestral Puebloans went Donald M Jones/Minden Pictures ‘Vanished’ people may live on in the US Southwest By Michael PriceAug 8 2017 3:17 PM In the late 1200s the Ancestral Puebloan people of what is today the Four Corners Region of the US Southwest suddenly vanished For centuries the culture—also known as the Anasazi—had grown maize and built elaborate villages and sandstone castles Then it was gone Now using DNA extracted from ancient turkeys researchers say they have new insights into where these mysterious people went though some experts are skeptical of the findings “While I think the concept behind the study is a terrific idea and they present a really plausible case … the evidence is a little weak” says R G Matson an anthropologist at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver Canada Scientists think they know why the Ancestral Puebloans disappeared The primary culprit studies suggest was a megadrought that would have made it impossible to grow enough food to feed the tens of thousands of people living in the region That combined with factors like deforestation and topsoil erosion led the Ancestral Pueblos to leave their homes at Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde in search of a better life elsewhere Where they migrated to remains a mystery however One of the prevailing theories—backed by modern Puebloan peoples’ own narratives and history—is that most relocated to the northern Rio Grande region of northwestern New Mexico but that has not been conclusively proven by science “[It] has long been a question in Southwest archaeology” says Scott Ortman an anthropologist at the University of Colorado in Boulder and co-author of the new study One reason is that scientists haven’t been able to tie the Ancestral Puebloans to other native populations because tribes in the region have been reluctant to give permission to analyze ancient human remains So Ortman and a team of archaeologists and anthropologists led by molecular anthropologist Brian Kemp at the University of Oklahoma in Norman turned to the next best thing: the DNA of the animals these ancient people domesticated These leg bones from an adult male turkey were discovered in an Ancestral Puebloan site in southwestern Colorado Robin Lyle They analyzed the mitochondrial DNA—the maternally inherited genetic material that lives in a cell’s energy producing machinery—of hundreds of samples of turkey bones which are plentiful and well-preserved at the Ancestral Puebloans’ homeland near Mesa Verde in southwestern Colorado The researchers compared the genetic material from Mesa Verde turkeys to turkeys found in the northern Rio Grande region before and after the Ancestral Puebloans disappeared Before 1280 the two turkey populations were unrelated in the maternal line the team found But afterward the northern Rio Grande turkeys carried Mesa Verde “haplogroups”—clusters of genes inherited together as a group—indicating they were descended at least in part from the Ancestral Puebloans’ stock The most likely explanation the researchers argue in PLOS ONE is that the Ancestral Puebloans left Mesa Verde around 1280 and brought their turkeys with them This transplanted line of turkeys then replaced those that lived in northern Rio Grande before their arrival The implication is that many of the Ancestral Puebloans appear to have joined a smaller population already living in the northern Rio Grande region says Ortman; their descendants form the Tewa Pueblo population that still lives there today That conclusion fits previous research that found telling similarities between the face shapes of modern Tewa and Ancestral Puebloans he says “I think our study is a good illustration of the value of curation” he says “The people who collected these turkey bones had no idea that one day we would get DNA out of them and use them to answer questions about ancient human migration” Matson doesn’t doubt the migration story but he has concerns about the validity of the DNA evidence in the study Some of the turkey DNA sequences are incomplete because of deterioration and the haplogroups varied depending on how complete the sequences were “This bizarre difference … creates some doubt about the evidence” he says Bruce Bernstein a tribal historic preservation officer in the Pueblo of Pojoaque New Mexico says the study adds some valuable insight into the lives of Pueblo people’s ancestors “People don’t need their own history to be verified by archaeology but they are interested in having science work alongside them not in spite of them” he says “This is a good example of work that fills in some gaps in what Tewa people have talked about”By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: August 31 2017 6:05 pm KFC’s one-click button for those who want their fried chicken with just one click Related News How much should food and technology mix Of course ordering food via an app sounds like peak convenience but it looks like KFC decided to top that in India After launching a gamer box KFC India has now introduced a ‘one-click button’ to let you order food from the closest restaurant Clearly this is aimed at those who want food with least ordering trouble So how does the KFC ‘one-click’ button work It connects to the Wi-Fi in your home office via your smartphone While this is one side the user has to choose from a pre-decided menu on the KFC website The user has to enter the button id create a password and then set up their favourite order list Users can save their address as well and this will get linked to the button Once the system is set in place just one click of the button will send the request for an order to the closest restaurant Users then a get a message on their mobile phone asking them to confirm the order by sending SMS 1 to the said number So yes if someone does press the button 100 times and you’re worried about way too much KFC landing up there is a way of ensuring this doesn’t happen Of course the limitation here is you will need Wi-Fi at all times for the button to work Thankfully you can also update the ‘favourite’ menu by logging into the button section of the KFC website as long as you remember the password So far you can only pay cash on delivery and an online payment option is not available For now KFC says it will give out these buttons to some of their more dedicated fan base Let us know in the comments if you’d actually want a button to order food For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related Newshave teamed up to start a project that will focus on eliminating child labour and running intervention programme to educate children working in the cotton growing states of India, Referring to Hyderabad University student Rohith Vemula’s suicide, The whitefly menace was, Certainly,Asit played an active role in uniting the villagers in Dharampur that was a red citadel since CPM zonal committee secretary Anuj Pandey ruled the area.
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