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    Arrow The Roots of Peoples and Languages of Northern-Eastern Eurasia

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    Here we extend our earlier analysis of the sex-determined, uni-parentally
    inherited genetic systems of Finno-Ugric and other populations. In particular, we specify phylogeography of a unique "Nordic" variant of Y chromosomes (the Tat C allele; haplogroup 16 in some of the nomenclatures) by showing that it is virtually absent in all Slavic populations studied by us (Poles, Slovaks, Czechs and Croats), except in Russians.

    Furthermore, we show that Tat C is absent in Hungarians, but well present among Latvians and Lithuanians. We discuss these findings in terms of the demographic history of the Nordic people.

    We also present some new data about phylogeography of maternally inherited mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) variation in order to show that despite the basic uniformity of the Western Eurasian mtDNA gene pool, a more detailed analysis starts to reveal patterns of variations which allow to distinguish between the common founders of the maternal lineages of Caucasoids and between the subsequent radiations of these lineages.

    Many of these phylogeographically clustered variations are of considerable interest in the reconstruction of ancient demographic movements in Europe and in Western Eurasia in general.

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