In human population genetics, admixture is the process of two or more populations interbreeding. The populations prior to admixture have been separate. Examples are early human interbreeding with Neanderthals, Europeans mixing with Australian aboriginal groups, and Europeans mixing with Native American peoples.

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Genetic admixture – Wikipedia

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