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Old 24th May 2007, 10:17 AM
Bill Hurst Bill Hurst is offline
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mtDNA K Project Fluxus chart for 42 FGS results

Hi all,

We now have 42 K Project members with full-sequence test results - exactly 10% of the current Project members from FTDNA - and no more due for over a month, so I thought this would be a good time to publish a new Fluxus phylogenetic chart of the results. Again, individuals' coding-region mutations are not shown in the chart, only HVR mutations and the CR mutations from Dr. Behar's "official" K chart. Begin with the explanation of the chart at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb....k/kpfull42.htm Let me know if you have any questions.
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Old 25th May 2007, 04:17 PM
Jambalaia32 Jambalaia32 is offline
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Howdy Bill Hurst

I didn't get the full sequence,but I did get the complete autosomal from FT.My top Euro matches are Finland,Denmark,Ireland,Czech Republic,and Dundee,Scotland. I added up my total world autosomals and I'm 40% European and 28-30% India.
Did you get autosomals and are they similar to mine?
Does that make me a Mestizo(someone who is European and Native American Indian)?
I don't know what they call someone who is European and India-Hindi Indian.
Or does that not matter?
Do autosomals matter at all?
Many people are called things they aren't,so I wanted to be sure of what I had.
No one really knows for sure what someone is(unless extremely isolated) except through these Dna testsIndia People are Caucasians,but not the kind you see in Europe!
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