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Distribution of the R1b-Z36 (U152) haplotype in Europe. Estimated time to Swiss common ancestor about 4500 years before present. Downstream SNP connections are displayed as colored lines. Postulated common forefather positions are also displayed. Latest update: Feb 14, 2016
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Russia's State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg is home to countless pieces of art from around the world. We go behind the scenes of the former imperial palace on the Neva River to meet volunteers of all kinds...including cats
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A study of DNA from ancient human bones is unlocking the secrets of the European Ice Age: http://bbc.in/26OVVkJ
Genetic analysis unlocks the secrets of Europe's Ice Age inhabitants.
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All in the name of science: "Every time I go out to dinner, I watch people chew," Lieberman says. http://23me.co/GQF9lj
Long before cooking was common, early humans needed extra energy to fuel bigger bodies and brains. Scientists say simple stone cutting tools likely allowed small-toothed meat eaters to thrive.
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Die Entdeckung des "Hessischen Pharaos", des Keltenfürsten vom Glauberg vor 20 Jahren war eine Sensation - und für die Wetterau ein Tourismuswunder. Die
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welcome y muchas gracias Carlos
#ADN #DNA
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El viaje del ADN

Un grupo de voluntarios de diferentes razas y procedencias se somete a un test de ADN para saber en qué países están sus raíces. Los resultados sorprenden y emocionan a los candidatos y una incluso encuentra a un familiar que no conocía antes.

#adn   #genética   #razas  
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The H haplogroup and subgroups are the most prevalent in Western Europe today. What’s your haplogroup?
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