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African eMigration

Why humans left their African homeland 80,000 years ago The Great Human Migration 80 kya Seventy-seven thousand years ago, a craftsman sat in a cave in a limestone cliff overlooking the rocky coast of what is now the Indian Ocean. It was a beautiful spot, a workshop with a glorious natural picture window, cooled by …

Ancestry

  HISTORY PERIODS______________________________________________________________ 1 AUTOSOMAL 2 mtDNA 3 Y-DNA In 15 generations, you have 32,768 ancestors. That is how we know for sure that we all descend from the same ancestor multiple times. Our number of ancestors quickly exceeds the world population. In 30 (25 years) generations, in about the year 1263, we reach about …

Cladistics

Cladistics is the construction of Phylogenetic trees on the basis of shared characters derived from one Ancestor … in this case our Root Ancestor from 315,00 to 50,000 when Europe was colonised ▶️The phylogenetic tree represents the evolutionary relationship of species believed to have a common ancestor. Humans represent one branch of this tree, which …

Euro

Geneticists use DNA to trace the migration of our ancestors out of Africa and into Europe, and have discovered that there are Neanderthal genes in most people. Genetic genealogy is the use of DNA testing in combination with traditional genealogical and historical records.[1] Genetic genealogy involves the use of genealogical DNA testing together with documentary …

DNA Chromosomes

Chromosomes are tiny structures found within your cells. They contain the DNA information and instructions that define who you are – what you look like, how your body works, and even what genetic diseases you might have. Humans have 46 chromosomes. But chromosomes come in pairs, so we typically think of them as 23 pairs …

Haplo Note groups

my Haplogroups Haplo (single descent) Groups (origins – East Africa) Y-Chromosome (Y-DNA) direct paternal line (males only) Paterlineal Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) maternal line materlineal Autosomal: Pertaining to a chromosome that is not a sex chromosome. People normally have 22 pairs of autosomes (44 autosomes) in each cell, together with 2 sex or allosome chromosomes, X …

DNA Phylogenetic

The hereditary material of all multi-cellular organisms is the famous double helix of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), which contains all of our genes. DNA, in turn, is made up of four chemical bases, pairs of which form the “rungs” of the twisted, ladder-shaped DNA molecules. All genes are made up of stretches of these four bases, …

DNA Haplo Groups

DNA : Haplogroup Migration Map – BURNT SIENNA On 21/08/2016 By burnt Haplogroup R1b and its subgroups are predominantly found in western Europe and the British Isles. It is the most common haplogroup in Europe and a subgroup of R1b is believed by some researchers to be Celtic. A haplogroup is a genetic population group …