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From: "Eric Olson" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Fw: Western Transitional R1a
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2005 21:29:04 -0700
References: <001101c58235$e6bfbc50$5a579045@Ken1> <002e01c5823d$65458d00$32c33442@ericpc> <000f01c5823d$a24676b0$5a579045@Ken1> <005c01c58256$81dd75e0$02c33442@ericpc> <004501c58258$1aab3d10$5a579045@Ken1> <001e01c58263$7281a780$a9c33442@ericpc> <002101c58267$e1efaaf0$5a579045@Ken1>


Ken,

I was speculating that perhaps an open backdoor existed in those times into
Scandinavia for putative R1a YCA II a,b = 19,21, spreading west from loci in
northern Asia.

Eric Olson


----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2005 1:18 PM
Subject: Re: [DNA] Fw: Western Transitional R1a


> I wasn't thinking of that drastic a route via Finland. There is actually
> very little R1a in Finland.
>
> The counts are just too small to see regional differences of the
varieities
> of R1a. 25/16/11 is largest variety in Sweden with 25/15/11 close behind.
>
> Norway is decisively 25/15/11 as number one and 25/15/10 as second. Of
> course YHRD does not separate the 19,23 and 19,21 at YCAII, so the
Sorenson
> breakdowns are better.
>
> We're not talking huge number of haplotypes here in YHRD. Perhaps 70 of
all
> kinds for Sweden and 67 of all regions of Norway.
>
> Ken
>
> SNIPPED



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