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Гаплогруппа N в Индии
« : 27 Март 2013, 23:13:17 »
Y-DNA Haplogroup N in India: Wayward Uralics or Lab Error?


Per ISOGG's 2013 SNP tree and as has been the case for years, Y-DNA Haplogroup N is defined by the M231 mutation (G->A at rs9341278) on the Y-Chromosome. With a predominantly North Eurasian distribution, it peaks in Europe among the Finnish people and various ethnic groups residing in Russia's far north through the N1c-Tat subclade. It is frequently associated with Uralic-speaking populations on Internet discussion boards.

Haplogroup N also appears to have an association with Central Asia as shown in the N Y-DNA Haplogroup Project (FTDNA) results, with several samples coming in from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Mongolia. It has also been observed in Turkey (KurdishDNA blog entry) as well as appearing in 1.6% of Iran's Azeri population (Grugni et al. entry).

The finding of Haplogroup N in India through Sharma et al.'s The Indian origin of paternal haplogroup R1a1* substantiates the autochthonous origin of Brahmins and the caste system is a curious one. Unfortunately, the paper did not include any Y-STR material to help understand the basis of N's presence in India.]

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Re: Гаплогруппа N в Индии
« Ответ #1 : 27 Март 2013, 23:56:02 »
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Significance of Potential Haplogroup N in India

Linguistics provides us with a plausible scenario regarding how Haplogroup N may have arrived in the Indian Subcontinent. Contacts between early Finno-Ugric and Indo-Iranian groups took place around the Ural mountains, specifically between the forest and steppe zones. Evidence of transmission in horsekeeping techniques, economy, deities and common words are firmly established from Andronovo archaeological horizon on the steppes into the "Andronovoid" societies living in the nearby forests. [2]

The presence of Haplogroup N in India, if present in relevant populations and displaying MRCA values or STR clusters consistent with a Neolithic origin further north, would satisfy the likelihood of Haplogroup N representing an accompanying genetic signal from the steppe zone roughly four thousand years ago, as well as serving as a genetic remnant of the interactions that undoubtedly took place between Indo-Iranian and Finno-Ugric tribes.
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