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    Default Y-DNA Genetics of Türkiye Turks = Y-DNA Genetics of Ancient & Modern Central Asian Turks

    Y-DNA Genetic Structure of Türkiye Turks = Y-DNA Genetic Structure of Ancient & Modern Central Asian Turks

    Turks from Türkiye have 100% the same Ethnic Origin and the same Genetic Structure as the Ancient and Modern Central Asian Turks.


    The West Eurasian Y-Chromosome Haplogroups, whom are equal to the genetic structure of the core/root tribes of the ancient Sakha's, Huns and Turks, and whom are present in the Turks o f Türkiye are:

    E, G, I, J, L, R, T

    Now, for each haplogroup, i will proof with very solid data, evidence and academic sources, in which Central Asian Turk tribes the origin of these Proto Turk West Eurasian Y-Chromosome Haplogroups are located, using the data at http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic....t=12267#p15199 and http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12288, with the titles named "Turk Nation: Anthropology-Archaeology-Genetic-Haplogroups", "Y-DNA Genetic Structure of Türkiye Turks = Y-DNA Genetic Structure of Ancient & Modern Central Asian Turks" and "Turks from Türkiye have 100% the same Ethnic Origin and the same Genetic Structure as the Ancient and Modern Central Asian Turks".

    Haplogroup E:

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12267#p15199

    -Among the Bulgar Turks, E1b1b1a1 and E1b1b1b2a is found with 41,4%(48/116) frequency.

    -Among the Gagauz Turks, E* is found with 20.4%(10/49).

    -Among the Karai Turks, E1b1b1 and E1b1b1a1b2 is found with 19,1%(4/21).

    -Among the Chuvash Turks, E1b1b1 is found with 13,6%(6/44).

    Source: http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12288
    Haplogroup G:

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12267#p15199

    -Among the Karkaralinsky Kazakh Turks, G1 is found with 52,8%(94/178),

    -Among the Amangeldinsky Kazakh Turks, G1 is found with 25,5%(36/141),

    -Among the Akzharsky Kazakh Turks, G1 is found with 55,6%(50/90),

    -Among the Magzhan Zhumabaev Kazakh Turks, G1 is found with 25,5%(30/87),

    -Among the Bashkir Turks, G1 is found with 12,0%(15/125),

    -Among the Madjar tribe of the Kazakh Turks, Y-DNA haplogroup G1a is found with 86,7%.

    -Among the Argin tribe of the Kazakh Turks, Y-DNA haplogroup G1a is found with 65,0%.

    -Among the Kazakh Turks in the South-West region of the Altai Republic, Y-DNA haplogroup G2a is found with 6,7% and G1 is found with 10,0%.

    -Among the Karachay Turks, the frequency of Y-DNA Haplogroup G2a is 31,9%(22/69).

    -Among the Balkar Turks, the frequency of Y-DNA Haplogroup G2a is 32,6%(44/135).

    -Among the Kumik Turks, the frequency of Y-DNA Haplogroup G2a is 13,7%(10/73).

    -Among the Kuban Nogay Turks, the frequency of Y-DNA Haplogroup G2a is 13,8%(12/87).

    -Among the Terek Cossack Turks, the frequency of Y-DNA Haplogroup G is 54%(46/86).

    -Among the Karai Turks, G2a and G2a3b1 is found with 19,1%(4/21).

    Source: http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12288
    Haplogroup I:

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12267#p15199

    -Among the Bosniac Turks, Haplogroup I is found with high frequencies like 53,65% and 70,8%.

    -Among the Tatar Turks had 40,0%(2/5) and 33,3%(11/33) of Haplogroup I is found. The subgroups that were found are I1 and I2a1.

    -Among the Gagauz Turks, I* is found with 32.7%(16/49).

    -Among the Kazan Tatar Turks Haplogroup I is found with 13,2%(7/53).

    -Among the Tuzmazinsky Tatar Turks Haplogroup I is found with 12,0%(6/50).

    -Among the Proto Turks of the Yamnaya Culture, I2a is found in Russia during the Bronze Age.

    Source: http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12288
    Haplogroup J:

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12267#p15199

    -Among the Avar Turks, Haplogrup J is found with 72%(30/42), 90%(13/15) and 94,0%(17/18) frequencies. The subgroups belong to J1, J2 and J2b.

    -Among the Uygur Turks Haplogrup J2 is found with 34%,

    Among the Uzbek Turks in the Balkh region of Afghanisthan, Haplogroup J2 is found with a percentage of 60,0%(3/5).

    -Among the Uzbek Turks Haplogrup J and J2 is found with 34,8%.

    -Among the Azerbaijan Turks in Azerbaijan, Haplogroup J is found with a percentage of 57,9%(11/19).

    -Among the Kumik Turks, the total frequency of Y-DNA Haplogroup J1+J2 is 42,5%(31/73).

    -Among the Kuban Nogay Turks, the total frequency of Y-DNA Haplogroup J1+J2 is 37,9%(33/87).

    -Among the Balkar Turks, the total frequency of Y-DNA Haplogroup J1+J2 is 19,3%(26/135).

    -Among the Karachay Turks, the total frequency of Y-DNA Haplogroup J1+J2 is 18,9%(13/69).

    -Among a group of Kazakh Turks, the Y-DNA Haplogroup J is found with a frequency of 18%.

    -The descendants of the founder of the Qajar royal family, the grandsons of Mohammad Khan Qajar and Fath-Ali Shah Qajar were tested for Y-DNA, their haplogroup was J1.

    -Among the Karai Turks, J1 and J2 is found with 47,6%(10/21).

    -Among the Chuvash Turks J is found with 15,9%(7/44).

    -Among the Kazan Tatar Turks Haplogroup J is found with 15,1%(8/53).

    -Among the Tuzmazinsky Tatar Turks Haplogroup J is found with 10,0%(5/50).

    -Between the years 800 BCE - 100 AD, among the Sakha Turks from the Altai Republic region, the Y-DNA haplogroup J2a is found.

    -Among the Proto Turks, in Hungary, during the years between 1270 - 1100 BCE, J2a is found.

    Source: http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12288
    Haplogroup L:

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12267#p15199

    -In Türkiye, among the Avshar Turks(Oghuz Tribe), Haplogrup L is found with a frequency of 56,7%.

    -Among the Kyrgyz Turks of Xinjiang, Haplogroup L is found with a frequency of 25,0%.

    -Among the Uygur Turks of Xinjiang, Haplogroup L is found with a frequency of 12,5%.

    -Among the Avar Turks of Daghestan, Haplogrup L is found with a frequency of 9,52%.

    -At the Middle Age Turks, for example in China, Sayyid Ajjal Shams al-Din Omar and his grandson Zheng He(Haji Mahmud Shams) belonged to Y-DNA Haplogroup L1a during the years between 1400 - 1500 AD.



    Source: http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12288
    Haplogroup R:

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12267#p15199

    -At the Altai Republic, among the Altai Turks, Haplogroup R is found with a frequency of 44,1%. The subgroup R1a1 is found with 40,7%.

    -In Turkmenistan, among the Turkmen Turks, Haplogroup R1a is found with a frequency of 72,6%.

    -In Bashkortostan, among the Bashkir Turk tribes, the highest frequency of Haplogrup R1b1a is 86,0%.

    -Among a group of Bashkir Turks Y-DNA Haplogroup R1b3 is found with 82%, other Kyrgyz and Altaic Turk groups have R1b3 with higher than %50.

    -Among the Proto Turks of the Yamnaya Culture, R1b is found in Russia during the Bronze Age.

    -Among the Proto Turks, for example in the Samara region of Russia, during the years between 5650 5555 BCE, R1b1a is found.

    -Among the Sakha Turks, for example in the Seb˙stei region of the Altai Republic, at the year 500 BCE, R1a1a is found.

    -Among the Hun Turks, for example in the Duurlig Nars region of North-East Mongolia, during the years between 300 BCE - 100 AD, R1a1 is found.

    Source: http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12288
    Haplogroup T:

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12267#p15199

    -In the Altai Republic, among the Kazakh Turks, Haplogroup K*(xL, N, O, P) is found with a frequency of 38,8%.

    -Among the Kazakh Turks from China, Haplogroup K*(xN,O,P) is found with a frequency of 2.4%(1/41).
    -Among the Kazakh Turks from Kazakhstan, Haplogroup T is found with a frequency of 1.1%(1/95).

    -Among the Chuvash Turks, haplogroup K*(xL,N,O1,O3c,P) is found with a frequency of 17.7%(3/17).

    -Among the Tuva Turks from China, haplogroup K*(xN1c1, O*, P*) is found with a frequency of 59.0%(30/51), 52.0%(27/51) and 15.0%(7/48).
    -Among the Tuva Turks, haplogroup K*(xN1*, O*, P*) is found with a frequency of 8.9%(10/113) and 13.9%(5/36).
    -Among the Tuva Turks, haplogroup K*(xL,N,O,P) is found with a frequency of 9.8%(10/102).

    -Among the Yugur Turks, haplogroup K*(xL,N,O1,O3c,P) is found with a frequency of 48.2%(27/56).
    -Among the Yugur Turks from China, haplogroup K*(xN,O,P) is found with a frequency of 6.3%(2/32).

    -Among the Gagauz Turks, haplogroup T is found with a frequency of 6.3%(3/48).

    -Among the Avar Turks, haplogroup T is found with a frequency of 4.8%(2/42).

    -Among the Uzbek Turks from China, haplogroup K*(xN,O,P) is found with a frequency of 26.1%(6/23).
    -Among the Uzbek Turks from Afghanistan, haplogroup T is found with a frequency of 3.6%(1/28).

    -Among the Azerbaijan Turks from Iran, haplogroup T is found with a frequency of 7,9%(5/63).
    -Among the Azerbaijan Turks, haplogroup K*(xL,N,O1,O3c,P) is found with a frequency of 10,3%(3/29).

    -Among the Uygur Turks, haplogroup K*(xN,O,P) is found with a frequency of 18.0%(9/50) and 12.8%(5/39).
    -Among the Uygur Turks, haplogroup T is found with a frequency of 2.1%(1/48).

    -Among the Quechua tribe of the Natives of Peru, haplogroup T is found with a frequency of 27,3%(3/11). Among the Quechua tribe of the Natives of Bolivia, haplogroup T is found with a frequency of 1,8%(1/55).

    -Among the Xibo tribe whom speak an Altaic language, haplogroup T is found with a frequency of 12,5%(1/8).
    -Among the Xibo tribe whom speak an Altaic language, haplogroup K*(xN,O,P) is found with a frequency of 9.4%(3/32) and 4.9%(2/41).

    For detailed information about Haplogroup T you can visit our page at: http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=87&t=12277

    Source: http://www.turktoresi.com/viewtopic.php?f=229&t=12288

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