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From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: [DNA] Clades, Definitions, Discoveries, FTDNA
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2010 13:27:42 -0700
References: <376447.73467.qm@web25904.mail.ukl.yahoo.com> <4B992A34.6060104@san.rr.com> <FCA563F0-DD03-4B1E-A5ED-D1751792324B@vizachero.com> <00e201cac145$82fec7c0$5e82af48@Ken1><59b150b1003111148g536d80e5he4ebb561c9048fc0@mail.gmail.com><006701cac158$23a243c0$6ae6cb40$@lowedna@baileyconnection.com>


----- Original Message -----
From: "bbailey.lowedna" <>
> FTDNA with more markers (and SNPs) tested from their customers has been
> able
> to continue
> defining more and more subclades.

[[ Clades are discovered, not defined.

Most all clades have been discovered by hobbyists and some academic papers,
not FTDNA. The latter are really not interested in finding clades, except
perhaps some of the executives who have a special personal interest in
Jewish clades. You can say haplogroups are defined, however. Ken ]]




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