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    Hi
    I had recently been informed from reliable source in Genetics,
    that native american markers is under 12% could be
    either Asian or Middle eastern...
    The theory is when asians were travelling through the barring strait(hope I spelled that right) through,
    Russia, then Northern Europe some went through Turkey.
    So if anyone has Native American Markers on the Ancestrybydna
    of less than 12%, It could have come from Europe/Turkey.
    Since that is where some Asians moved South into Europe.
    Keep in mind this is Centuries ago.
    The rest moved into Alaska and Canada
    then to the Americas.
    My confusion is why did Asians even go as far as Alaska.
    Wouldn't be easier to just go to Europe and stop there?
    Has anyone heard of Native American Markers in Turkey?

    I was really proud of my 12% hehe...
    I even did a Tribes test with a Mestizo marker
    and a Native Panel update with Ecuador markers.
    I feel like I'm back were I started..


    Thanks you guys

    Valerie

  • #2
    Originally posted by dnaval
    Hi
    I had recently been informed from reliable source in Genetics,
    that native american markers is under 12% could be
    either Asian or Middle eastern...
    I suspect that your source is referring to the fact that Native Americans are generally (believed to be) descended from north and central Asians. Although some of those north and central Asians crossed into the Americas over 10,000 years ago, others did not do so, but then later migrated into northeastern Europe (the Baltic republics and Finland) and even, just within the last millennium, into Turkey.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dnaval
      I had recently been informed from reliable source in Genetics,
      that native american markers is under 12% could be
      either Asian or Middle eastern...

      So if anyone has Native American Markers on the Ancestrybydna
      of less than 12%, It could have come from Europe/Turkey.

      ...Has anyone heard of Native American Markers in Turkey?
      "Could be" or could not be. Could actually be a small percentage of Native American.

      AdDNA does allow that Europeans can test-out with minor Native American scores. Some European populations are more likely to get such scores than others. You can find that info on their website. www.ancestrybydna.com

      DNATribes also finds minor readings of 'Mestizo' in profiles from around the world. They offer a World Regions Survey .pdf on their website under the Populations tab. www.dnatribes.com

      So, absent other evidence, or a potential of having Native American ancestry, such a deep New World genealogy, one might look for other explanations of minor Native American scores. Actually, having a trace of the European wing of that ancient migration that populated the Americas is quite exciting in its own right.

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      • #4
        Tom

        Boy those links are going to be facinating read
        My backgrounds are USA(Oklahoma)Mom
        and Aruba/Venezuela(Netherlands Antilles)Dad
        Grandmother from Bonair.
        My Euro was mostly Eastern European and North Eastern European with
        a bit of Middle Eastern.
        I am still waiting on a Euro 2.0 maybe this will tell more.
        ANCESTRYBYDNA WAS 12%


        I appreciate the links by the way,

        Valerie


        This may tell more.
        Originally posted by tomcat
        "Could be" or could not be. Could actually be a small percentage of Native American.

        AdDNA does allow that Europeans can test-out with minor Native American scores. Some European populations are more likely to get such scores than others. You can find that info on their website. www.ancestrybydna.com

        DNATribes also finds minor readings of 'Mestizo' in profiles from around the world. They offer a World Regions Survey .pdf on their website under the Populations tab. www.dnatribes.com

        So, absent other evidence, or a potential of having Native American ancestry, such a deep New World genealogy, one might look for other explanations of minor Native American scores. Actually, having a trace of the European wing of that ancient migration that populated the Americas is quite exciting in its own right.

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