13Dating used in the map shown here is taken from Ken Nordtvedt personal communications, rather than Campbell and Tiskoff (2010), whose Y-DNA tree has been used here. S. Rootsi et al, Phylogeography of Y-chromosome haplogroup I reveals distinct domains of prehistoric gene flow in Europe, American Journal of Human Genetics, vol. 75 (2004), pp ...
Haplogroup L1 is a human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroup. It is most common in Central Africa and West Africa. It diverged from L1-6 at about 140,000 years ago (140.6+33.7 −33.0 kya 95% CI). Its emergence is associated with the early peopling of Africa by anatomically modern humans during th
Jan 17, 2014 - History and description of Haplogroup K (mitochondrial DNA) and its subclades.
Haplogroup map HaploMaps - The Interactive Genealogy Maps . Haplogroup C-M130 - Mongolia, Siberia, North America, Oceania. Haplogroup C (M130) is one of two branches of Haplogroup CF alongside Haplogroup F. this haplogroup is found in continents ancient populations except in Africa and is the predominant Y-DNA haplogroup among males, indigenous to Central Asia/Siberia, North America, and ...
Jul 02, 2016 · A recent paper revealing the presence of newly discovered offshoots from haplogroup K in Southeast Asia  raise the possibility some of these may be genuine. 6. Americas Karitiana (Brazil), African Americans (USA), European Americans (USA), Maya (Mexico), Pima (USA), Rondonian Surui (Brazil), Ticuna (Brazil)
Haplogroup R1a (Y-DNA) R1a ( distribution map ) is thought to have been the dominant haplogroup among the Indo-European speakers who evolved into the Indo-Iranian, Mycenaean Greek, Macedonian, Thracian, Baltic and Slavic branches.
MTDNA HAPLOGROUP K CHARTS AND MAP FROM 750 MITOSEARCH ENTRIES Presented here are ten new phylogenetic charts based on the data from the 333 high-resolution (HVR1 plus HVR2) mtDNA haplogroup K entries on FTDNA’s MitoSearch when it reached a total of 750 entries. Earlier discussion of the material may be seen here.
Summary of Geographic Analysis of Haplogroup Data Extracted from Macaulay (2000) Maps showing the frequency by regions for Haplogroups J and T are presented in Figures 3 and 4, respectively. However, caution must be exercised to avoid reading too much into these maps.