- Daily Beast: Are Russians and Ukrainians the same people?
- In comparison to their neighbors, Ukrainians have a similar percentage of Haplogroup R1a (43%) in their population as do Poles, Russians and Belarusians (55%, 46%, and 49%, respectively). Unlike Poles and Russians, Ukrainians have a high percentage ...
- 'Geno 2.0: Next Generation' Reveals New Details of Your Ancient Ancestry
- We are including thousands of new Y chromosome and mitochondrial DNA mutations, allowing for the highest resolution in maternal and paternal haplogroup (family clan) assignment, shy of genome or chromosomal sequencing. The new mutations will allow ...
- 8500-year-old Kennewick Man found to be genetically Native American
- He was also partly white, his x chromosome was Haplogroup x, a white european haplogroup that predates the siberian invasion by 12,000 years at least. Whites were in the ...
- L. TODD WOOD: ... For Ukraine is not a country
- The Mongolian Y-DNA (paternal) haplogroup R1a and its offshoots are very common and the dominant gen among Russian men. Studies have found the ethnic Russian frequency of R1a high as 62.7 percent, with an average of 46.
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