Encyclopedia of mtDNA Origins

  • H15 H15

    Haplogroup H15 is a branch on the maternal tree of human kind. Its age is between 6,000 and 11,400 years (Behar et al., 2012b).

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    Today, I listened to 30 Covert Emotional Manipulation Tactics: How Manipulators Take Control in Personal Relationships by Adelyn Birch. It was a short but intense listen of under two hours. It took more than two hours for me to get through it, because I had to pause to take notes.

     
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  • Encyclopedia of Y-DNA Origins Encyclopedia of Y-DNA Origins

    The Encyclopedia of Y-DNA Origins is a guide to what is known about each Y-DNA branch. Today, much of what we know is raw material from personal DNA testing, Geno 2.0 results, research samples, and published papers. This is built around the structure of the Y-DNA Haplotree at FTDNA. The encyclopedia brings the data from those sources together in a format that allows new knowledge of our maternal origins to emerge.


     
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    Aside from authoring this blog, Rebekah A. Canada has both business and affiliate relationships with some of the companies to whom she links.


     
  • Journal Articles Journal Articles

    Genetic genealogy draws on peer reviewed journal articles from history, genealogy, forensic genetics, medical genetics, population genetics, and both archaeology and anthropology. Search this archive by keyword.


     

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