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					Hünemeier et al. Cultural diversification promotes rapid phenotypic evolution in Xavánte Indians
Supplementary dataset 1: Phenotypic averages, climatic, socio-cultural, and life-history-traits data belonging to the six
Caution is needed regarding socio-cultural practices since they are not stable over time. Additionally, the traditional ab
                                                    Phenotype                                                 Climate
                       HC      NGH       NLH        NLB   GOL     XCB     ZYB    GOB      AMT
        XAV           56.13    13.03     5.96       4.14 19.7    14.75   14.74   11.19    259
        KAY           54.41    11.84     4.9        4.04 18.56   14.92   14.2    10.2     241
        BAN           54.38    11.33     4.45       3.9 18.95    15.13   13.99   10.39    264
        TIC           53.42    11.66     4.58       3.83 18.52   14.86   13.93   10.42    257
        KAI           55.64    12.16     4.99       4.06 19.01   15.03   14.27   10.54    198
        YAN           54.56    11.25     4.64       4.16 18.45   14.99   14.18   10.23    238
                     Phenotypic variables (in cm)                                        Climatic variables
                     HC       Head circumference                                         AMT
                     NGH      Facial Height                                              TSE
                     NLH      Nasal Height                                               TAR
                     NLB      Nasal Breadth
                     GOL      Glabello-Occipital Length
                     XCB      Cranial Breadth                                            APR
                     ZYB      Zygomatic Breadth                                          PDM
                     GOB      Bigonial Diameter                                          PSE




¹References to the Socio-Cultural Information: references 12 and 32-41, Supporting Text.
tion in Xavánte Indians
nd life-history-traits data belonging to the six Brazilian tribes studied(1).
able over time. Additionally, the traditional aboriginal culture may be quite different from what was described by non-Indians after contact
                                  Climate                                                                      Socio-Cultural 1
                       TSE       TAR   APR        PDM       PSE      MARRT              MART
                      944        179 1570          3        80         Pol               Bil
                      623        205 2442          10       71        Mon               Mat
                      429        113 3459         221       20        Mon                Pat
                      406        111 2776         139       22        Fpol              Mat
                      3121       202 1839         123       10        Mon               Mat
                      323        118 2423         128       33         Pol               Pat
            Climatic variables                                    Cultural variables
                     Annual Mean Temperature (ºC x 10)            MARRT
                     Temperature Seasonality (std. dev. X 100)    Marriage type
                     Temperature Annual Range
                     (Max Temp. of Warmest Month - Min Temp.      MART
                     of Coldest Month)                            Marital residence
                     Annual Precipitation (mm)
                     Precipitation of Driest Month (mm)           COMUO1
                     Precipitation Seasonality                    Community organization
                     (Coefficient of Variation)                   intra ethnic groups
                                                                  ORDG
                                                                  Domestic organization



                                                                  COMPDG
                                                                  Composition of domestic
                                                                  group
                                                                  COMMO
                                                                  Community marriage
                                                                  organization



                                                                  DESCENT
                                                                  Descent type
ied(1).
 be quite different from what was described by non-Indians after contact.
                                                  Socio-Cultural 1
                                       COMUO1                        ORDG   COMPDG   COMMO      DESCENT
                                         H-en                         Sm       Ex       Ag       Patrili
                                        M-en                          Lar      Ex       Ag        Q-lin
                                                                      Nun     Ind       Seg      Patrili
                                           L-en                       Min     Ind      Clan      Patrili
                                           M-en                       Min     Non      Dem        Bilat
                                                                      Lar      Ex     Seg-nle     Bilat

                   Pol = Polygyny sororal
                   Mon = Monogamy
                   Fpol = Frecuently Polygyny
                   Bil = Bilocal
                   Mat = Matrilocal
                   Pat = Patrilocal
                   H-en = High Endogamy
                   M-en = Medium Endogamy
                   L-en = Low Endogamy
                   Sm = Small extendend
                   Lar = Large extendend
                   Nun = Nuclear independent monogamy
                   Min = Minimal extendend
                   Ex = Extended family
                   Ind = Independet nuclerar - monogamous
                   Non = Non sororal cowives in same dwelling
                   Ag = Agamous communities
                   Seg = Segmented communities - clans - local exogamy
                   Clan = Clan communities
                   Dem = Demes - not segmented
                   Seg-nle = Segmented communities without local exogamy
                   Patrili = Patrilineal
                   Q-lin = Quasi - lineages
                   Bilat = Bilateral
                               Life History Traits 1                                                            Other data not used in
      INBRE                   FER              MORI                   OFS          First historical reference
        37                    4.7                35                   0.9                     1751
                              4.7                26                   0.71                    1750
        144                   6.8                14                   0.39
                              7.4                25                   0.54
        50                    6.1                39                   1.28
                              6.7                32                   0.88
Life History Traits
       INBRE          Inbreeding coefficient 10x4
        FER           Fertility (mean of offspring per women)
       MORI           Infantile mortality (%)
        OFS           Oportunity for selection
                      (max. rate at wich the fitnnes of a population can change)
Other data not used in the analyses
  Year of more permanent contact      Current pop. Size   Year of data collection
               1948                       ~10,000                  1964
            1952-1958                      ~7,000           1966, 1968, 1969
                                           ~6,000                  1976
                                          ~30,000                  1976
                                          ~25,000                  1968
                                          ~16,000                  1967

				
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