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Thread: Turkey vs Uyghur DNA , physical attributes ( Turks Including Mongols, Kazakhs, Armenian )

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    Default Turkey vs Uyghur DNA , physical attributes ( Turks Including Mongols, Kazakhs, Armenian )

    In this study only

    The highest Caucasian admixture for a Uyghur seems to be 68% where as the highest for a Turk ( Turkey) is 91%

    The highest Mongoloid admixture for a Uyghur seems to be 45% where as the highest for a Turk ( Turkey) is 25%




    They not only share the same flag but some physical attribute similarity. Although DNA has well shown Uyghurs are mixture of Turkic and Tocharian and Turkey are mixture of Turkic and Anatolian








    There is 11 million Uyghurs living in China/Xinjiang or better said East Turkistan/Tarim Basin which is really a different country. Several million living outside.

    The Highest total Uyghur population is estimated at 15 million.
    Last edited by ButlerKing; 01-16-2015 at 03:58 PM.

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    According to this study average Uyghur Caucasian/European DNA can be 60%, 52%, 47% , 30% depending on the location.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uyghur_people

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    "The Uyghurs are a Eurasian (mixed ancestry) population with Eastern and Western Eurasian anthropometric and genetic traits. Uyghurs are thus one of the many populations of Central Eurasia that can be considered to be genetically related to European and East Asian populations. However, various scientific studies differ on the size of each component.[92] One study, using samples from Hetian (Hotan) only, found that Uyghurs have 60% European ancestry and 40% East Asian ancestry.[93] A further study showed slightly greater European component (52% European) in the Uyghur population in southern Xinjiang, but slightly greater East Asian component (47% European) in the northern Uyghur population.[94] Another study used a larger sample of individuals from a wider area, and found only about 30% European component to the admixture.[95] A study on mitochondrial DNA (therefore the matrilineal genetic contribution) found the frequency of western Eurasian-specific haplogroup in Uyghurs to be 42.6%.[96]

    The admixture may be the result of a continuous gene flow from populations of European and Asian descent, or may have been formed by a single event of admixture during a short period of time (the hybrid isolation model). If a hybrid isolation model is assumed, it can be estimated that the hypothetical admixture event occurred about 126 generations ago, or 2,520 years ago assuming 20 years per generation.[93][97] "


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    According to the paper by Li et al.:

    " the western East Asians are more closely related to Uyghurs than the eastern East Asians. ... STRUCTURE cannot distinguish recent admixture from a cline of other origin, and these analyses cannot prove admixture in the Uyghurs; however, historical records indicate that the present Uyghurs were formed by admixture between Tocharians from the west and Orkhon Uyghurs (Wugusi-Huihu, according to present Chinese pronunciation) from the east in the 8th century CE. The Uyghur Empire was originally located in Mongolia and conquered the Tocharian tribes in Xinjiang. Tocharians such as Kroran have been shown by archaeological findings to appear phenotypically similar to northern Europeans, whereas the Orkhon Uyghur people were clearly Mongolians. The two groups of people subsequently mixed in Xinjiang to become one population, the present Uyghurs. We do not know the genetic constitution of the Tocharians, but if they were similar to western Siberians, such as the Khanty, admixture would already be biased toward similarity with East Asian populations. "

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    what is the point here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by illes93 View Post
    what is the point here?


    Turkey and Uyghur have relations. They share the same flag and sometimes same appearance.

    This is because Turkish people also have Central Asian Caucasian components that are shared in the Uyghurs aswell as Mongoloid


    Uyghurs are more racially closer to Caucasians I believe, at least in the South. FREEDOM FOR UYGHURS !!!! FREEDOM FOR EAST TURKISTAN!!!!


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    I have to agree with OP .

    Freedom To Uyghurs , yes indeed .

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    To be honest most Uyghurs look like a mixture of East Asian and Caucasian, the pictures I've shown shows only Uyghurs with predominately to pure Caucasian looking types, there are just as many that look full Mongoloid to predominately Mongoloid

    Most Uyghurs look 50/50 or at least slightly to some what more Caucasian in the south and slightly more to somewhat more Mongoloid in the north










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