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From: Al Aburto <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Iberian R1b age estimates
Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2008 17:15:49 -0800
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Interesting Robert! There just really isn't much variance there! These
guy's, in Iberia, MRCA is just got to be relatively young. This simply
cannot be ignored, the wide variance, the wide diversity of the
haplotypes is just not there.
Al

> Robert Tarín wrote:
> List,
>
> For what it is worth...here are the TMRCA results for the Iberian R1b
> haplotypes (includes subclades) having 67 markers (n=64) out of my database
> as per Tim Janzen's program at http://www.timjanzen.com/dna.html .
>
> Ken Nordtvedt method, Chandler and Little rates, 30yr/gen
> 3,175 years (all 67 markers)
> 4,255 years (removing CDYa,b, 464)
> 3,932 years (removing 385, 395, 413, 425, 459, 464, YCAII, CDY)
>
> James Heald method, Chandler rates, 30yr/gen
> 5,220 years (all 67 markers)
> 5,554 years (removing CDYa,b, 464)
> 5,535 years (removing 385, 395, 413, 425, 459, 464, YCAII, CDY)
>
> Robert Tarín
>


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