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SV: Finländarna genetisk germaner?
« Svar #20 skrivet: juli 02, 2013, 22:08 »
Den ryska gen-poolen börjar kompletteras - och man hittar tydligen överraskande nära samband mellan ryss och finnar:

Enligt google translate:

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Thus, according to Y-chromosome genetic distance between the Russian and Finnish in Finland is only 30 conventional units (close relationship). A genetic distance between the Russian man and so-called Finno-Ugric peoples (Mari, Vepsians, Mordovians, etc.) residing in the territory of the Russian Federation, is 2-3 units. Simply put, they are genetically identical.

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The results of the analysis of mitochondrial DNA showed that another Russian closest relatives, other than the Finns of Finland - the Tatars: Russian from Tatars are on the same genetic distance of 30 conventional units that separate them from the Finns. No less sensational and the data were in Ukraine. It was found that genetically population of Eastern Ukraine - a Finno-Ugric: eastern Ukrainians virtually indistinguishable from the Russian and Komi, mordvy, Mari. This is a Finnish people...


http://www.gumilev-center.ru/lico-russkojj-nacionalnosti/
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Ryssen inte "slaver" - men slavisk-talande finnar?
« Svar #21 skrivet: november 10, 2013, 17:21 »
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Russians are not "Slavs", but Russian-speaking Finns.


http://www.theapricity.com/forum/showthread.php?93923-Are-Russians-Slavic-Speaking-Finns

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Two Sources of the Russian Patrilineal Heritage in Their Eurasian Context

In the present study of the variation of the Y chromosome pool of ethnic Russians, we show that the patrilineages within the pre-Ivan the Terrible historic borders of Russia have two main distinct sources. One of these antedates the linguistic split between West and East Slavonic-speaking people and is common for the two groups; the other is genetically highlighted by the pre-eminence of haplogroup (hg) N3 and is most parsimoniously explained by extensive assimilation of (or language change in) northeastern indigenous Finno-Ugric tribes.

Although hg N3 is common for both East European and Siberian Y chromosomes, other typically Siberian or Mongolian hgs (Q and C) have negligible influence within the studied Russian Y chromosome pool. The distribution of all frequent Y chromosome haplogroups (which account for 95% of the Y chromosomal spectrum in Russians) follows a similar north-south clinal pattern among autosomal markers, apparent from synthetic maps.

Multidimensional scaling (MDS) plots comparing intra ethnic and interethnic variation of Y chromosome in Europe show that although well detectable, intraethnic variation signals do not cross interethnic borders, except between Poles, Ukrainians, and central-southern Russians, thereby revealing their overwhelmingly shared patrilineal ancestry.


http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0002929707000250
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