Migration map of Homo sapien sapien - DNA Print Genomics
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Notes on Biogeographical Ancestry
Tests identifying percentages of biogeographical ancestry are based on the complete revelation of the human genome in 2002 (Human Genome Project).
The human genome is at least 99.5% identical in all humans. A person's genome is a random recombination of DNA over thousands of years.
Biogeographical ancestry tests, which only look at a very tiny percentage of the human genome, show a person's ancestral percentages from the world's major population groups.
Test results may be accumulated from many, many generations. Fifteen generations account for over thirty-two thousand ancestors in five hundred years or so and twenty generations account for over a million ancestors.
River Out of Eden: A Darwinian View of Life - Richard Dawkins
Deep Ancestry: The Genographic Project - Spencer Wells
The Seven Daughters of Eve - Bryan Sykes
Population Genetics and Microevolutionary Theory - Alan R. Templeton
Origins Reconsidered: In Search of What Makes Us Human - Richard Leakey
Fifth Miracle: The Search for the Origin and Meaning of Life - Paul Davies
Thanks to DNAPrint Genomics Inc. in Sarasota, Florida, USA for providing the DNA test results. Visit www.ancestrybydna.com for more information.
Molecular Photofitting: Predicting Ancestry and Phenotype Using DNA - Dr T Frudakis
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