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    Hello,
    I just received the results from the DNA test I, my daughter,
    and her father took.
    This is how it looks:
    System/Chromosome Mother Allele/Allele Child Allele/Allele Father Allele/
    D3S1358 15 16 15 17 17

    and goes on with vWA, FGA, and so on.

    What do the numbers mean under allele? Can I compare my numbers, fathers numbers to child's numbers and it will tell me which one of us
    she inherited her eye color, hair color, etc from?

  • #2
    Originally posted by dnaquestion
    Hello,
    I just received the results from the DNA test I, my daughter,
    and her father took.
    This is how it looks:
    System/Chromosome Mother Allele/Allele Child Allele/Allele Father Allele/
    D3S1358 15 16 15 17 17

    and goes on with vWA, FGA, and so on.

    What do the numbers mean under allele? Can I compare my numbers, fathers numbers to child's numbers and it will tell me which one of us
    she inherited her eye color, hair color, etc from?

    okay spencer wells did a pbs show about migration of haplogroups
    in it he says the A people [click talkers] went north .when they reached the top of africe mutations happened and man branched off.. he found a perfect K above afghanistan . this showed the perfect K made it that far and went east and west with mutations forming new haplogroups

    back to your original question What do the numbers mean under allele?
    well i am alpha clusted e3b1
    E3b 13 24 13 10 16 18 11 12 12 13 11 30 16 9 9 11 11 26 14 20 33 14 16 16 17 9 11 19 19 17 12 17 19 31 34 11 10
    so lets say i am the perfect E3B1 in my project i have a member with a name that is one vowel off and alles also one digit off
    E3b 13 24 13 10 16 19 11 12 12 13 11 30
    that haplotype is also one digit off 19 instead of 18 you could say my ydna is evolving into #2s dna as the name is diviating

    to really understand this you should look at a project with alot of people and small amounts of lines .Take a look at terry bartons project
    http://www.bartonsite.org/Modals/Modals.htm

    when you look , the yellow is the common alles the stripe of purple and pink is a mutation before their common ancestor.

    but you see one two or three lines with a different color. each of these are mutations. maybe these show lines that left massachusetts and one went to georgia and the other went to kansas.

    Every kansas should have the same square colored the same way and maybe newly colored squares showng more mutatons. if you go to terry and give him your info he will imediatly see where you fit in the pedigrees. if you have a square with a red color only one person has the matching colored square then you have another color say blue in another square you come after the person with only the red square..

    Terrys plain english talk finaly showed me this .i hope this helps

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    • #3
      Thank you so much for your answer. Honestly it was above my
      head and I don't understand much of what you were saying.
      I just want to know if I can use the numbers on the dna test results
      to figure out which of us passed on our genes for her hair color
      or eye color, etc.
      Do the chromosomes or alleles represent a specific trait such
      as height, etc?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dnaquestion
        Thank you so much for your answer. Honestly it was above my
        head and I don't understand much of what you were saying.
        I just want to know if I can use the numbers on the dna test results
        to figure out which of us passed on our genes for her hair color
        or eye color, etc.
        Do the chromosomes or alleles represent a specific trait such
        as height, etc?
        simple answer = no

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        • #5
          I didn't think so. Wishful thinking. Thanks.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dnaquestion
            Thank you so much for your answer. Honestly it was above my
            head and I don't understand much of what you were saying.
            I just want to know if I can use the numbers on the dna test results
            to figure out which of us passed on our genes for her hair color
            or eye color, etc.
            Do the chromosomes or alleles represent a specific trait such
            as height, etc?

            y and x are not usually medical by the tatao mtdna test for 900$ does have some medical info which is why it wont be public even to the admin of the project

            but ydna and mtdna we deal with here have no application for traites

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