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    Re: Can anyone identify this plant?

    Thanks, for the great links, Jennifer. I noticed that plant does look very much like wild ginger. It looks like the milterwort too, though the leaves of both of those plants are smoother around the...
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    Can anyone identify this plant?

    I came across this stinky plants while walking through the woods. What is it?

    https://forums.skadi.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=37139&d=1123105842
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    Re: Y-DNA Haplogroups L, M, & N

    Thanks for the interesting info., but that's mtDNA haplogroup K, not Y-DNA haplogroup K.
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    Y-DNA Haplogroups L, M, & N

    Does anyone know where the y-DNA haplogroups L, M, and N are most prevalent and where they may have originated. Also, they are descended from haplogroup K. Does anyone know where K may have...
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    Important!  Where Do You Learn to Classify?

    What books or webpages has people here studied to learn how to classify people?
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    Re: The Darkest "White" Europeans

    I have at least six or seven ancestors who fought in the Civil War. They all fought for the South and not one was a race mixer.
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    Classify Charles II

    What about Charles II? My guess is that he would be an Atlanto-Med.
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    Re: Black Danish

    I believe the key on that map is backwards. It shows the RH negavtive allele having less than eleven percent for the Baque and greater than 20 percent for those outside Europe.
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    Re: AncestryByDNA's EURO-DNA 1.0

    This test is way out of the ballpark of what I would be willing to pay, but it is available to both women and men, as it does not test for markers from the Y-DNA or the mtDNA. As for those those of...
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    Re: Genetic Testing / DNA Ancestry

    I lost my Edit button, but I finally found it. :)
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    Re: Genetic Testing / DNA Ancestry

    AncestrybyDNA is the one who checks your overall ethnicity, but it gives no specifics. It basically breaks the information as Indo-European, Sub-Saharan African, East Asian or Native American. The...
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    Re: "Unusual" Traits:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unibrow
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    Re: Hair and Eye - My family

    I doubt the genotype for green is the same as it is for blue. Now if you said your grandparents both had sky blue eyes and had some kids with brown eyes, I would say there might be reason for...
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    Re: origins of browridges

    I don't know how robust the Australian aborigines are, but they are the ones with the heaviest brow ridges these days.
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    Here's an article, Solar, collaborating what you were talking about: http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=624&e=17&u=/ap/20040214/ap_on_sc/evolving_fido_6

    Unfortunuately, this...
  16. Re: Human "races" are nothing more then breeds of dogs

    According to the following article Homo sapiens sapiens domesticated the dog from an Asian wolf only 15,000 years ago. But that's about 100,000 years in dog years. :D
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  17. Robert, Y chromosome genetics can only tell...

    Robert,

    Y chromosome genetics can only tell you about one line of descent. Twenty generations back, you have 1,048,576 ancestors, minus the ancestors lost through inbreeding (no offense: we're...
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