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Subject: Re: Re: [DNA] Halotype Analysis
Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2005 21:10:22 -0500


Yes, I just joined the list myself and am a newby with DNA. I have had my mitochrondrial DNA traced back to TARA and my paternal Y DNA happens to be Q. Any kin out there?

Steve Pearson

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> From: OLD JOE <>
> Date: 2005/03/20 Sun PM 08:58:07 EST
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> Subject: Re: [DNA] Halotype Analysis
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> Good point Paul. (email below)
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> Also, please include some live links to things like: "go to yhrd
> database and look at top 20 haplotypes". Joe
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> Paul Drake wrote:
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> > Anyone out there have a short explanation of the term "haplotype" written for an experienced genealogist - ME - who knows ZIP about that term and how it relates to a classical study of descendancy. The exchanges I have seen on this fine web site are over my head, and I susupect I am not alone. Why not occasionally include some explanations for us "newbies" ?? Thanks. Paul
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