Genetic distance

Genetic distance has three meanings in human genetics and genetic genealogy. It can mean the general amount of distance between two populations. It can be specific to a comparison between two mtDNA or Y-DNA haplotypes. It can also be a measure of the size of an autosomal or X-chromosome DNA segment shared between two or more people.

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