Strbase
STRBase is a database of Short Tandem Repeats
Genetics and the Book of Mormon
The Book of Mormon, the founding document of the Latter Day Saint movement and one of the four books of scripture of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), is an account of thre...
Genetic studies on Serbs
The Serbs are distinct ethnic group, with genetic studies showing especially close relations to neighbouring peoples of the Balkans, regardless of linguistic group.
Y-chromosomal haplogroups ident...
Genetic studies on Serbs - Wikipedia
Augustine Warner
Augustine Warner (November 28th, 1610 - December 26th, 1674), was born in Norwich, Norfolk, to Thomas Warner and Elizabeth Sotherton. He was the progenitor of the Augustine Warner Family, who arrived...
Race and genetics
The relationship between race and genetics is relevant to the controversy concerning race. In everyday life many societies classify populations into groups based on phenotypical traits and impressions...
Race and genetics - Wikipedia
Surname DNA project
A surname DNA project is a genetic genealogy project which uses genealogical DNA tests to trace male lineage. In most cultures there are still few or no matrilineal surnames, or matrinames, so there a...
Last universal ancestor
The last universal ancestor (LUA), also called the last universal common ancestor (LUCA), cenancestor, or progenote, is the most recent organism from which all organisms now living on Earth have comm...
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God's utility function
God's utility function is a phrase coined by Richard Dawkins in his book River Out of Eden. "God's utility function" is the fourth chapter in this book. Dawkins uses this phrase to expound the Gene-c...
Pierre Zalloua
Pierre Zalloua (Arabic: بيار زلّوعة)‎ is a Lebanese biologist. His contributions to biology include numerous researches in genetic predisposition to diseases such as type 1 diabetes and β-t...
International Society of Genetic Genealogy
The International Society of Genetic Genealogy (ISOGG) is an independent non-commercial nonprofit organization of genetic genealogists run by volunteers. It was founded by a group of surname DNA proje...
International Society of Genetic Genealogy - Wikipedia
Genetic disorders
A genetic disorder is an illness caused by one or more abnormalities in the genome, especially a condition that is present from birth (congenital). Most genetic disorders are quite rare and affect on...
Early life and career of Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States, was involved in politics from his early adult years. This article covers his early life and career, through his writing the Declaration of I...
Early life and career of Thomas Jefferson - Wikipedia
International HapMap Project
The International HapMap Project is an organization that aims to develop a haplotype map (HapMap) of the human genome, which will describe the common patterns of human genetic variation. HapMap is a ...
Y-DNA haplogroups by ethnic group
Listed here are notable ethnic groups by Y-DNA haplogroups based on relevant studies. The data are presented in two columns for each haplogroup with the first being the sample size (n) and the second ...
Identical ancestors point
In genetic genealogy, the identical ancestors point (IAP) is that last point in a given population's past where each individual then alive turned out to be either the ancestor of every individual aliv...
Bobby Dunbar disappearance
Bobby Dunbar was an American boy whose disappearance at the age of four and apparent return was widely reported in newspapers across the United States in 1912 and 1913. After an eight-month nationwide...
Bobby Dunbar disappearance - Wikipedia
Ancestry of George Washington
The Washington immigrant ancestor and great-grandfather of President George Washington was John Washington, who was born in Purleigh, Essex, England around 1631 and emigrated to the Colony of Virginia...
The Seven Daughters of Eve
The Seven Daughters of Eve is a book by Bryan Sykes that presents the theory of human mitochondrial genetics to a general audience. Sykes explains the principles of genetics and human evolution, the p...
Y-chromosomal Aaron
Y-chromosomal Aaron is the name given to the hypothesized most recent common ancestor of many of the patrilineal Jewish priestly caste known as Kohanim (singular "Kohen", "Cohen", or Kohane). In the T...
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Heteroplasmy
Heteroplasmy is the presence of more than one type of organellar genome (mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) or plastid DNA) within a cell or individual. It is an important factor in considering the severity of...
Heteroplasmy - Wikipedia
Genetic studies on Jews
Genetic studies on the Jews are part of population genetics. This discipline is used to better understand the chronology of migration and thus complements the results provided by history, archeology, ...
Velda
Velda is a name given to the hypothetical ancestress of the Cantabrian people and Haplogroup V (mtDNA). She was coined in the book The Seven Daughters of Eve by Bryan Sykes. Theoretically, based on DN...
Most recent common ancestor
In biology, the most recent common ancestor (MRCA) of any set of organisms is the most recent individual from which all organisms in a group are directly descended. The term is often applied to human ...
List of X-STR markers
The following X-STR markers are used in genealogical DNA testing and other forms of relationship testing.
Non-paternity event
Non-paternity event is a term in genetic genealogy and clinical genetics to describe instances in which the biological father of a child is someone other than who it is presumed to be. The presumptio...
Cambridge Reference Sequence
The Cambridge Reference Sequence (CRS) for human mitochondrial DNA was first published in 1981 leading to the initiation of the human genome project.A group under Dr. Fred Sanger at Cambridge Universi...