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Jul 21, 2020. #6. Shahmiri said: R1b is Euskera (Bashkir/Basque) hap

Modern DNA research into male Y chromosomes has found that the R1b haplogroup reaches very high concentrations in Western Ireland and the Basque country in northern Spain. While the picture for matrilineal descent (mother to daughter) is more complex, it seems that the northern Spanish and the Irish might have common male ancestors at some ...Haplogroup and Y-STR haplotype diversity within six selected surname samples represented by median-joining networks presented in decreasing surname frequency. Each circle represents a haplotype ...Ballesteros - R1b1: Western European origin. This lineage is also the haplogroup containing the Atlantic modal haplotype. Basque and Celtic people belong to this Haplogroup and they were among the earliest settlers of Spain. 68% of modern day Spaniards share this origin. However, excluding haplogroup H, mtDNA phylogeny of this area remains virtually unexplored, so we still lack an in-depth image of this interesting spot of Europe. For this reason, further characterization of the current Basque maternal gene pool is crucial for a better understanding of the genetic prehistory of southwestern Europe.For example the haplogroup H4, that is found among present day Basque and Sardinian populations was found in Neolithic Spain. Moreover the Basque and Sardinian populations are also known for high percentage of mixed Mesolithic and Neolithic European ancestry. Haplogroup H is also distributed in North Africa and the Middle …As reported in previous studies, the Basques are characterized by high frequencies of haplogroup R1b (83%). AMOVA analysis... Cite · Download full-text ...For example the haplogroup H4, that is found among present day Basque and Sardinian populations was found in Neolithic Spain. Moreover the Basque and Sardinian populations are also known for high percentage of mixed Mesolithic and Neolithic European ancestry. Haplogroup H is also distributed in North Africa and the Middle …We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.For example the haplogroup H4, that is found among present day Basque and Sardinian populations was found in Neolithic Spain. Moreover the Basque and Sardinian populations are also known for high percentage of mixed Mesolithic and Neolithic European ancestry. Haplogroup H is also distributed in North Africa and the Middle …A pre-M269 but non-M73 male, i.e. leading from P297 towards M269 ancestor was found in Samara culture on the Volga River living around 5500 BC. It was also confirmed that the Kurgan-building Yamnaya steppe herders and their eastern offshoot Afanasievo culture (probably proto-Tocharian) belonged predominantly to Haplogroup R1b-Z2103.The Basque Marker R1b-M153 was only detected in Cerdana at 2.7% and Cinco Villas at 14.3% which are populations located in the Eastern and Western limits, respectively, of the examined Pyrenean area in this paper "In search of the Pre- and Post-Neolithic Genetic Substrates in Iberia: Evidence from Y-chromosome in Pyrenean Populations" by A.M. Lopez-Parra et al (2008). Mar 26, 2021 · The Basques are a unique population in Western Europe; their language is not related to any Indo-European language. Furthermore, genetically speaking, they have been considered to have distinct... They migrated from Levant (that’s why R1b Basques have no Caucasian component) by water route along seashore and made first European settlement in present day Albania (see map below). View attachment 5812. Albania is the palace where the first European clades below R1b-L23 have appeared.Through 23 & Me and an adoption record I found his biological mother, but his biological father is proving to be a bit more complicated as there was no mention of him on the adoption records. My dad did 23 & Me as well and through his results I found out his paternal haplogroup is R-Z278. One of his DNA matched relatives (let's call him CU) has ...The Basques (/ b ɑː s k s / BAHSKS or / b æ s k s / BASKS; Basque: euskaldunak [eus̺kaldunak]; Spanish: vascos; French: basques) are a Southwestern European ethnic group, characterised by the Basque language, a common culture and shared genetic ancestry to the ancient Vascones and Aquitanians. Basques are indigenous to, and primarily inhabit, an area …As reported in previous studies, the Basques are characterized by high frequencies of haplogroup R1b (83%). AMOVA analysis... Cite · Download full-text ...Tweet. #5. 26 June 2012, 10:25 AM. Seeing as how the maternal haplogroup came from your most distant female direct ancestor it absolutely could have been Jewish. People convert all the time and many Jews converted out of pressure of banishment or death. Coming from a place like Galicia I would not doubt this is the case.The Basque population inhabits the Franco-Cantabrian region in southwest Europe where Palaeolithic human groups took refuge during the Last Glacial Maximum.Haplogroup H is a human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroup. The clade is believed to have originated in Southwest Asia , near present day Syria, [1] around 20,000 to 25,000 years ago. Mitochondrial haplogroup H is today predominantly found in Europe, and is believed to have evolved before the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). Haplogroup K, formerly Haplogroup UK, is a human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroup. It is defined by the HVR1 mutations 16224C and 16311C. It is now known that K is a subclade of U8. Origin. Haplogroup K is believed to have originated in the mid-Upper Paleolithic, between about 30,000 and 22,000 years ago.Haplogroup R1b is dominant throughout Western Europe. While it was once seen as a lineage connecting Britain and Ireland to Iberia, where it is also common, it is now believed that both R1b and R1a entered Europe with Indo-European migrants likely originating around the Black Sea ; [8] R1a and R1b are now the most common haplotypes in Europe.... Basque Government Predoctoral fellowship, Premio Nacional Fin de Carrera de ... haplogroup R1b-DF27 in Iberia during the Bronze Age transition. Scientific ...This then aligns H4a in Europe (where Europe means everywhere west of the Urals) and with the H4b in the Arabian countries. Other H haplogroup women could be elsewhere when the other subclades mutated from their parent. Some large surveys of haplogroups only break down to the major groups, of say H and then go on to do detail work on another clade.With the development of DNA testing, many researchers have come to agree that the Basque people are descended from Neolithic farmers. These farmers were able to thrive in the rugged Basque region of the Pyrenees mountains. Interesting fact: Euskara, the Basque language spoken by at least 750,000 people, is the oldest language in the …... Haplogroup R0. ... In addition, we have characterized, by way of complete genome sequencing, a new autochthonous clade of haplogroup H in the Basque country, ...Basque Y-DNA . The above chart includes data from 162 male volunteers who submitted their Y-chromosomal DNA results to Family Tree DNA's Basque DNA project. Individuals who submitAs further support, the Y haplogroup R1b-M269, the most frequent present-day western European haplogroup and associated with expansions that brought Steppe ancestry into Britain 13 and Iberia 14 ...10 Des 2011 ... J1c is found at 10% among Basque people. When you look at this distribution map, it looks like the dark areas show the oldest form of R1b ...Y-DNA haplogroup I2c2 mtDNA haplogroup T2e1. Apr 21, 2018 #2 ... Nowadays E-V13 is found throughout Europe, except among the Basques, central Sardinians (those without Roman ancestry, as Romans stuck to the coastal areas), the Bretons and Highland Scots, Icelanders, the Balts , the Finns (except some southern Finns with Swedish or Russian ...Besides these two, the most common mtDNA lineages among Basques are H1, H3 and V. Among these, this paper finds that sublineages H1j1 and V10 are notably common in the country. Overall and based in an array of older papers, the authors feel that they must support the post-LGM recolonization theory, which would have originated from …I have been reading that R1b haplogroup and proto-indoeuropean languages came at the same time to west-Europe. Today, one of the highest levels of R1b is found in Basque country, however Basque language is the unique non-indoeuropean language still living in west-europe. Does it means that R1b...Apr 6, 2015 · “” Haplogroup R-M269 is the sub-clade of human Y-chromosome haplogroup R1b that is defined by the SNP marker M269. According to ISOGG 2020 it is phylogenetically classified as R1b1a1b. It underwent intensive research and was previously classified as R1b1a2 (2003 to 2005), R1b1c (2005 to 2008), and R1b1b2 (2008 to 2011)[3] The large predominance of Y-Chromosome Haplogroup R1b, common throughout Western Europe, is also testimony to a sizeable input from various waves of (predominantly male) ... R1b is particularly dominant in the Basque Country and Catalonia, occurring at rate of over 80%. In Iberia, most men with R1b belong to the subclade R-P312 (R1b1a1a2a1a2 ...R1b Map. 01/12/2015 DF27-1 Add Comment. R1b is the most common haplogroup in Western Europe, reaching over 80% of the population in Ireland, the Scottish Highlands, western Wales, the Atlantic fringe of France, the Basque country and Catalonia. It is also common in Anatolia and around the Caucasus, in parts of Russia and in Central …This study examines the genetic variation in Basque Y chromosome lineages using data on 12 Y-short tandem repeat (STR) loci in a sample of 158 males from four Basque provinces of Spain (Alava, Vizcaya, Guipuzcoa, and Navarre). As reported in previous studies, the Basques are characterized by high frequencies of haplogroup R1b (83%).U Roostalu, I Kutuev, E-L Loogväli, E Metspalu, K Tambets, M Reidla, EK Khusnutdinova, E Usanga, T Kivisild, R Villems, Origin and Expansion of Haplogroup H, the Dominant Human Mitochondrial DNA Lineage in West Eurasia: The Near Eastern and Caucasian Perspective, Molecular Biology and Evolution, Volume 24, Issue 2, February …As reported in previous studies, the Basques are characterized by high frequencies of haplogroup R1b (83%). AMOVA analysis... Cite · Download full-text ...Feb 26, 2012 · But first the pearl of this work, the discovery of novel Basque-specific sublineages of haplogroup H. They are detailed in table 1: Table 1. But there is even more data in the supplemental materials, however it is not well organized (specially all the non-H sequences: merely tabbed in PDF format) and requires some hard work to put together. This haplogroup is actually present in more than 60% of the Spaniard population [30], as well as ∼ 80% of Basque Country population [17] [31]. However, hg-R1b could be also related to ...Haplogroup and Y-STR haplotype diversity within six selected surname samples represented by median-joining networks presented in decreasing surname frequency. Each circle represents a haplotype ...Like other Western Europeans, among Spaniards and Portuguese the Y-DNA Haplogroup R1b is the most frequent, occurring at over 70% throughout most of Spain. R1b is particularly dominant in the Basque Country and Catalonia, occurring at rate of over 80%. In Iberia, most men with R1b belong to the subclade R-P312 (R1b1a1a2a1a2; as of 2017).Mitochondrial macro-haplogroup H (Hg H) has been a focus of attention in human genetic diversity studies for more than a decade [6–9]. Examining the spatial distribution of H lineages and other features associated with its evolutionary history have been pivotal in understanding the formation of the western European gene pool.14 Sep 2022 ... This Basque haplogroup showed only two haplotypes for 16S, separated by four mutational steps. Finally, the Navarre-. Rioja haplogroup joined ...We show that Basques have the most ancestral phylogeny in Europe for the rare mitochondrial subhaplogroup U8a. Divergence times situate the Basque origin of this lineage in the Upper Palaeolithic. Most probably, their primitive founders came from West Asia.Haplogroup U is a human mitochondrial DNA haplogroup (mtDNA). The clade arose from haplogroup R, likely during the early Upper Paleolithic.Its various subclades (labelled U1–U9, diverging over the course of the Upper Paleolithic) are found widely distributed across Northern and Eastern Europe, Central, Western and South Asia, as well as North Africa, the Horn of Africa, and the Canary Islands. Here, we will focus on the analysis of haplogroup V in prehistoric Basque populations; this will enable us to discuss the recently proposed value of this …Haplogroup U is a human mitochondrial DNA haplogroup (mtDNA). ... Haplogroup U8a: The Basques have the most ancestral phylogeny in Europe for the mitochondrial haplogroup U8a. This is a rare subgroup of U8, placing the Basque origin of this lineage in the Upper Palaeolithic. The lack of U8a lineages in Africa suggests that their ancestors …Dec 4, 2018 · Haplogroup U5b3 frequencies, ... Iberian Peninsula 38,59, there are few complete ancient mitogenome sequences publicly available particularly beyond the Basque region. A Signal, from Human mtDNA, of Postglacial Recolonization in EuropeHaplogroup R-M167. In human genetics, Haplogroup R-M167 (R1b1a1a2a1a2a1b1a1) is a Y-chromosome haplogroup which is a subdivision of Haplogroup R-DF27 and the wider haplogroup R-M269 (more specifically, its subclade R-) defined by the presence of the marker M167 (also known as SRY2627). [2] Modern DNA research into male Y chromosomes has found that the R1b haplogroup reaches very high concentrations in Western Ireland and the Basque country in northern Spain. While the picture for matrilineal descent (mother to daughter) is more complex, it seems that the northern Spanish and the Irish might have common male ancestors at some ... Abstract. This study provides a more complete characterization of the mitochondrial genome variability of the Basques, including data on the hypervariable segment …Haplogroup I1b1b appears to be the only subclade of Haplogroup I found among the Basques, although subclades of Haplogroup R1b comprise the vast majority of that people's Y-chromosome diversity. It is notable that Haplogroup I1b1b appears to be found at somewhat higher frequencies among the general populations of Castile in Spain and …7 Sep 2010 ... European mtDNA haplogroups, as opposed to those with fewer Basque ... haplogroup diversity in Basques: A reassessment based on HVI and HVII ...They migrated from Levant (that’s why R1b Basques have no Caucasian component) by water route along seashore and made first European settlement in present day Albania (see map below). View attachment 5812. Albania is the palace where the first European clades below R1b-L23 have appeared.A new paper in Human Genetics supports the contention that the Basque are just like other Europeans, A genome-wide survey does not show the genetic distinctiveness of Basques: Basques are a cultural isolate, and, according to mainly allele frequencies of classical polymorphisms, also a genetic isolate. We investigated the differentiation of ...Abstract. The European paternal lineage R-DF27 has been proposed as a haplogroup of Iberian origin due to its maximum frequencies in the Iberian Peninsula. In this study, the distribution and structure of DF27 were characterized in 591 unrelated male individuals from four key populations of the north area of the Iberian Peninsula through the ...The majority (about 86%) of the Basque Y chromosomes belong to haplogroup R1 * (xR1a,R1b3f)-M173, of which R1b3 * -M269 accounts for 88% ( Figure 1 ). As this haplogroup is also the most...Apr 6, 2015 · “” Haplogroup R-M269 is the sub-clade of human Y-chromosome haplogroup R1b that is defined by the SNP marker M269. According to ISOGG 2020 it is phylogenetically classified as R1b1a1b. It underwent intensive research and was previously classified as R1b1a2 (2003 to 2005), R1b1c (2005 to 2008), and R1b1b2 (2008 to 2011)[3] Edgar Cayce said that the Atlanteans first settled in the Pyrenees Mountains of France and Spain, which is the same area where the Basque live. It is not hard to see where people will make the leap, in their understanding, to want to connect the RH negative people to the Atlanteans. crystalwind.ca. First though, we should study about all the ...Aug 10, 2005 · The majority (about 86%) of the Basque Y chromosomes belong to haplogroup R1 * (xR1a,R1b3f)-M173, of which R1b3 * -M269 accounts for 88% ( Figure 1 ). As this haplogroup is also the most... Jul 21, 2020. #6. Shahmiri said: R1b is Euskera (Bashkir/Basque) haplogroup and R1a is Indo-Iranian haplogroup. Nonsense. R1a predates Indo-Iranian as a common Proto-Indo-Iranian language by many, maaaaaany thousands of years, and it exists even where Indo-Iranian was probably never spoken. S.Mar 9, 2012 · First, the haplogroup H dissection indicates that populations from the Basque Country and adjacent regions, rather than the Basque population per se, are characterized by numerous low-frequency autochthonous haplogroups, each explaining ∼2%–6% of the region's contemporary maternal ancestry, along with other H haplogroups that present a pan ... Apr 1, 2021. Genetic analysis is all the rage and two separate studies have provided new insights into two peoples: the Scythians of yore, and the Basques of today. The story of the Scythians is one of motion: strangers riding in and mixing with the locals, only to have the same thing happen to them some centuries later.During centuries, different socio-economic or political reasons have forced Basques to leave their ancestral territories. Nowadays, nearly 10 million descendants of Basque emigrants are estimated to be settled around the world, most of them preserving their identity, language and culture [].The Basque community in USA is one of the most numerous groups …The age of subclade which Basque carry, Haplogroup R1b-DF27, "is estimated at ~4,200 years ago, at the transition between the Neolithic and the Bronze Age, when the Y …A Signal, from Human mtDNA, of Postglacial Recolonization in EuropeThe large predominance of Y-Chromosome Haplogroup R1b, common throughout Western Europe, is also testimony to a sizeable input from various waves of (predominantly male) ... R1b is particularly dominant in the Basque Country and Catalonia, occurring at rate of over 80%. In Iberia, most men with R1b belong to the subclade R-P312 (R1b1a1a2a1a2 ...First, the haplogroup H dissection indicates that populations from the Basque Country and adjacent regions, rather than the Basque population per se, are characterized by numerous low-frequency autochthonous haplogroups, each explaining ∼2%–6% of the region's contemporary maternal ancestry, along with other H haplogroups that present a pan ...Sep 7, 2015 · The distinct language and genetic make-up of the Basque people in northern Spain and southern France has puzzled anthropologists for decades. One theory proposed that they were an unmixed pocket... As reported in previous studies, the Basques are characterized by high frequencies of haplogroup R1b (83%). AMOVA analysis... Cite · Download full-text ...Here we report on the Y haplogroup and Y-STR diversity of the three autochthonous Basque populations of Alava (n = 54), Guipuzcoa (n = 30) and Vizcaya (n = 61). The same samples genotyped for Y-chromosome SNPs were typed for 17 Y-STR loci (DYS19, DYS385a/b, DYS398I/II, DYS390, DYS391, DYS392, DYS393, DYS437, DYS438, DYS439, DYS448, DYS456 ...The Bell Beaker culture, also known as the Bell Beaker complex or Bell Beaker phenomenon, is an archaeological culture named after the inverted-bell beaker drinking vessel used at the very beginning of the European Bronze Age, arising from around 2800 BC. Bell Beaker culture lasted in Britain from c. 2450 BC, with the appearance of single ...This study examines the genetic variation in Basque Y chromosome lineages using data on 12 Y-short tandem repeat (STR) loci in a sample of 158 males from four Basque provinces of Spain (Alava, Vizcaya, Guipuzcoa, and Navarre). As reported in previous studies, the Basques are characterized by high frequencies of haplogroup R1b (83%). Here we report on the Y haplogroup and Y-STR diversity of the three autochthonous Basque populations of Alava (n = 54), Guipuzcoa (n = 30) and Vizcaya (n = 61). The same samples genotyped for Y-chromosome SNPs were typed for 17 Y-STR loci (DYS19, DYS385a/b, DYS398I/II, DYS390, DYS391, DYS392, DYS393 …William Jardine (1784–1843), a Scottish physician, opium merchant and trader who co-founded the Hong Kong based conglomerate Jardine, Matheson & Co., probably belonged to haplogroup J1. He was the son of Andrew Jardine (1740-1793), from Applegarth Town, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, himself...The transition from a foraging subsistence strategy to a sedentary farming society is arguably the greatest innovation in human history. Some modern-day groups—specifically the Basques—have been argued to be a remnant population that connect back to the Paleolithic. We present, to our knowledge, the first genome-wide sequence data from ...Haplogroup H is a human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroup.The clade is believed to have originated in Southwest Asia, near present day Syria, around 20,000 to 25,000 years ago. Mitochondrial haplogroup H is today predominantly found in Europe, and is believed to have evolved before the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). It first expanded in the northern …Haplogroup J is more frequent in the northwest corner of Spain and in the Basque country, while its sister haplogroup T is more frequent in the Mediterranean coast. Finally, the interpolated map of the sub-Saharan haplogroup L shows its highest frequency in the South, as it also occurs with the North African haplogroup U6.The RFLP anal- mtDNA data (e.g., Richards et al. 2000) and additional ysis described below was also performed on mtDNAs mtDNA coding-region information (Macaulay et al. that lacked 16298C but harbored 16256T, as suggested 1999) have become available, so that the variation of by the observation of this HVS-I motif in one Basque haplogroup V can ...Haplo provides the complete stack, from database to user interface. Without any code, you can build a powerful web-based information application with the most flexible database you've ever used. Then, extend your application using server-side JavaScript plugins, using the comprehensive API. Plugins scale from simple tweaks to the user interface ...The Basques are a unique population in Western Europe; their language is not related to any Indo-European language. Furthermore, genetically speaking, they …A sample of 416 males from western and eastern Andalusia has been jointly analyzed for surnames and Y-chromosome haplogroups and haplotypes. The observed number of different surnames was 222 (353 when the second surname of the Spanish system of naming is considered). The great majority of recorded surnames have a Castilian-Leonese origin, while Catalan or Basque surnames have not been found. A .... This study examines the genetic variatioThe mtDNA haplogroup came back as T2b, which Sep 20, 2011. #1. I have added mtDNA frequencies for the Basques, based on this study featuring 615 samples. The Basques stand out from the rest of Europe by their exceptionally high frequency of haplogroup H (61.5%, including 44% of H1 and H3) and Europe's lowest percentage of haplogroup T (1%). They only have 2% for IWX combined, which is ...Basque Y-DNA haplogroup R1b1b2a1a mtDNA haplogroup H4a1a1a. Jan 18, 2017 #2 Thanks so much Maciamo for the information and the H4 map. It is quite obvious that we H4s are few but all over the place. I agree with you that the present distribution of the haplogroup does not help much in determining its origins, and it might be due to scarcity of ... Haplogroup G2a (Y-DNA) The main paternal lineage of NeolithiThe Bell Beaker culture, also known as the Bell Beaker complex or Bell...

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