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    Question Uralic genes in Europe

    Guglielmino CR, Piazza A, Menozzi P, Cavalli-Sforza LL.

    Dipartimento di Genetica e Microbiologia, Universita di Pavia, Italy.

    We have analysed data of three European populations speaking non-Indoeuropean languages: Hungarians, Lapps, and Finns. Principal coordinate analysis shows that Lapps are almost exactly intermediate between people located geographically near the Ural mountains and speaking Uralic languages, and central and northern Europeans. Hungarians and Finns are definitely closer to Europeans. An analysis of genetic admixture between Uralic and European ancestors shows that Lapps are slightly more than 50% European, Hungarians are 87% European, and Finns are 90% European. There is basic agreement between these conclusions and historical data on Hungary. Less is known about Finns and very little about Lapps.

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    Post Re: Uralic genes in Europe

    've seen HG16 at 30% in Finland - it more or less fits the 90%



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    Post Re: Uralic genes in Europe

    Originally posted by ladygoeth33
    Guglielmino CR, Piazza A, Menozzi P, Cavalli-Sforza LL.

    Dipartimento di Genetica e Microbiologia, Universita di Pavia, Italy.

    We have analysed data of three European populations speaking non-Indoeuropean languages: Hungarians, Lapps, and Finns. Principal coordinate analysis shows that Lapps are almost exactly intermediate between people located geographically near the Ural mountains and speaking Uralic languages, and central and northern Europeans. Hungarians and Finns are definitely closer to Europeans. An analysis of genetic admixture between Uralic and European ancestors shows that Lapps are slightly more than 50% European, Hungarians are 87% European, and Finns are 90% European. There is basic agreement between these conclusions and historical data on Hungary. Less is known about Finns and very little about Lapps.
    90% European doesn't mean 10% Mongoloid, as is commonly (and erroneously) inferred. It means 10% Uralic, and Uralics themselves were overwhelmingly European.

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