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    Default I can't believe how such low ANE East Asians have on their genetics

    East Asians like Japanese, Chinese and Koreans have more genetics similarities with Ancient South Eurasian(Onge) than North Eurasian(Mal'ta)

    For me it's clearly that the Mal'ta people give the Epicanthic fold eyes(Borealization) and straight hair to Asian people, but even so, they are genetically more similar with Australian aboriginals and Papuans than ancient Siberians, WTF






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    The Nganasan-like admixture (ANE) is associated with Y-DNA haplogroup N which arose in East Asia approximately 19,400 (4,800) years ago. But its frequencies are relatively low in East Asia (15.0% in the Han). On the other hand, Ancient South Eurasians (ASU) carried hg C and D, which are more widespread throughout East Asia, making up 40-50% in the Japanese. Haplogroup C1a1 is a group that brought the Jomon culture to Japan.



    Here we analyse ancient genomic data from 11 individuals from Finland and north-western Russia. We show that the genetic makeup of northern Europe was shaped by migrations from Siberia that began at least 3500 years ago. This Siberian ancestry was subsequently admixed into many modern populations in the region, particularly into populations speaking Uralic languages today. Additionally, we show that ancestors of modern Saami inhabited a larger territory during the Iron Age, which adds to the historical and linguistic information about the population history of Finland.

    The Native-American-related ancestry seen in the EHG and Bolshoy corresponds to a previously reported affinity towards Ancient North Eurasians (ANE)2,33 contributing genes to both Native Americans and West Eurasians. ANE ancestry also comprises part of the ancestry of Nganasans2.

    Haplogroup N1c, to which this haplotype belongs, is the major Y-chromosomal lineage in modern north-east Europe and European Russia. It is especially prevalent in Uralic speakers, comprising for example as much as 54% of eastern Finnish male lineages today36. Notably, this is the earliest known occurrence of Y-haplogroup N1c in Fennoscandia. Additionally, within the Bolshoy population, we observe the derived allele of rs3827760 in the EDAR gene, which is found in near-fixation in East Asian and Native American populations today, but is extremely rare elsewhere37, and has been linked to phenotypes related to tooth shape38 and hair morphology39.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sailormoon View Post
    The Nganasan-like admixture (ANE) is associated with Y-DNA haplogroup N which arose in East Asia approximately 19,400 (4,800) years ago. But its frequencies are relatively low in East Asia (15.0% in the Han). On the other hand, Ancient South Eurasians (ASU) carried hg C and D, which are more widespread throughout East Asia, making up 40-50% in the Japanese. Haplogroup C1a1 is a group that brought the Jomon culture to Japan.

    Interesting, I bet it was that Nganasan people who brought the Yayoi to Japan

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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeWorshiper View Post
    East Asians like Japanese, Chinese and Koreans have more genetics similarities with Ancient South Eurasian(Onge) than North Eurasian(Mal'ta)

    For me it's clearly that the Mal'ta people give the Epicanthic fold eyes(Borealization) and straight hair to Asian people, but even so, they are genetically more similar with Australian aboriginals and Papuans than ancient Siberians, WTF
    Are you retarded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sailormoon View Post
    The Nganasan-like admixture (ANE) is associated with Y-DNA haplogroup N which arose in East Asia approximately 19,400 (4,800) years ago. But its frequencies are relatively low in East Asia (15.0% in the Han). On the other hand, Ancient South Eurasians (ASU) carried hg C and D, which are more widespread throughout East Asia, making up 40-50% in the Japanese. Haplogroup C1a1 is a group that brought the Jomon culture to Japan.

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    Could be Mongoloid or Cro-Magnon influence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Token View Post
    Are you retarded?
    ??????

    if East Asian didn't was ANE admixture they would look like Papuans or Negritos nowadays

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