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  • burto
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    Originally posted by tomcat
    Please tell Mum I think she is Bee-yew-ti-full.
    Will do, but any thoughts on her father's origins based on her and her results?
    She looks nothing like her Mum.

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  • tomcat
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    Originally posted by burto
    Hi,
    Well as you can see my Mum is now on my avatar!...
    Please tell Mum I think she is Bee-yew-ti-full.

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  • dnaval
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    phenotype

    Oh... from my previous post...ABDNA 12% NA 88% IE
    High Mesizo 11.0 on DNA tribes world..
    Ecuador and Mestizo must come from my fathers side who is from Aruban/Venezuelan.
    Although family tree on his side all Dutch/French(so I thought)
    Mother's side is all Irish/British decent
    (so I thought)My grandmother was born in chickasaw nation territory.
    Whatever that means...

    Let me know if anyone sees phenotype or anything else but European in my attachment pics.
    Cause I don't....

    Val
    Attached Files
    Last edited by ; 8 August 2007, 05:16 PM. Reason: adding some info...

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  • dnaval
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    Photos attached....Hope this helps your phenotype study..

    ABDNA 12% NA and 88% IE

    Top matches world are Denmark,Poland,Flemish,Mestizo was a suprising 11.0
    on Penta D & E....

    Native Panel Top Score:

    Ecuador .17
    Mayan .05
    Attached Files

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  • burto
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    Hi,
    Well as you can see my Mum is now on my avatar! Would love to know whether you guys think there is any truth in the East Asian and South Asian scores!
    She is 50% English and 50% unknown American.

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  • rainbow
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    Originally posted by burto
    Rainbow, how did you get an avatar? I can't work it out and wanted to put a piccie of Mum on there for the phenotype/AbDNA debate!
    http://www.ftdna.com/forum/showthread.php?t=3840

    I sulked in this thread and someone from FTDNA saw it and emailed me to say I could have an avatar. I emailed a link to a pic to him and 'presto!' I have an avatar.

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  • burto
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    Rainbow, how did you get an avatar? I can't work it out and wanted to put a piccie of Mum on there for the phenotype/AbDNA debate!

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  • burto
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    Originally posted by kat
    Hi Daniel ;Thank you for the photo insert ,should I think about travelling to Spain to look for ancient ancestors ? Any thoughts ? Thank you ,KAT.
    Hi Kat,
    You do look Spanish to me...or French..does that help or confuse things?!

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  • rainbow
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    I have a cropped pic of my father. In natural sunlight his hair is light brown, as is mine.
    For me to be 17% NA, and my mother has none, that means he would be 34% more or less.
    Here it is:
    http://img159.imageshack.us/my.php?image=fatherki5.jpg

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  • Cinda
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    Sorry, I forgot to add my autosmal results from AncestrybyDNA.
    78% Northern European, 20% Middle Eastern, & 2 % South Asian.
    Cinda
    Here's a close up picture of me.
    Attached Files
    Last edited by Cinda; 15 July 2007, 11:17 PM.

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  • Cinda
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    Hi guys,
    This is me & my pride & joy, my 6 yr old grandson. My hair has been touched up by a stylist, but that's pretty close to my natural color. I was a bit redder as a child. It's also, as you can see, a little over a year old.
    Cinda
    Attached Files

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  • kat
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    ABDNA & Phenotype

    Hi Daniel ;Thank you for the photo insert ,should I think about travelling to Spain to look for ancient ancestors ? Any thoughts ? Thank you ,KAT.

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  • Downer101
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    Sorry about the long wait Kat, but here is your photo...

    http://img293.imageshack.us/img293/5...tyjane3ap0.jpg

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  • rainbow
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    Originally posted by Jim Honeychuck
    Phenotype describes all properties of an organism. You can concentrate on coloring instead of head measurements if you like, but not with that photographic database.

    A carpenter's folding rule can substitute for calipers. Anything that opens wide enough to span the head without moving when you take it away.

    Have fun.

    Jim
    I'll pass.
    All I have is a measuring tape.
    I'm not interested in my 'phenotype' anymore.

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  • Jim Honeychuck
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    Phenotype describes all properties of an organism. You can concentrate on coloring instead of head measurements if you like, but not with that photographic database.

    A carpenter's folding rule can substitute for calipers. Anything that opens wide enough to span the head without moving when you take it away.

    Have fun.

    Jim

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