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the lioness,
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I'll start it off:


Morocco
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Libya
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the original black Europeans. Migrants from Africa??


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Mulato North African teams of Morocco and Libya. I don't see no black people in the mulato Moroccan team and the Moroccan government.

Where are the South of the Sahara Black African teams.

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quote:
Originally posted by mena7:
Mulato North African teams of Morocco and Libya. I don't see no black people in the mulato Moroccan team and the Moroccan government.

Where are the South of the Sahara Black African teams.

Nobody is stopping you from making a South of the Sahara Soccer Teams thread
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Algeria
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Algeria female team
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Egypt
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Mauritania
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Tunisia
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quote:
Originally posted by the lioness,:
Mauritania
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Source of H1 Mauritania
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xyyman can you explain what an HVS motif is? ,

thanks

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are you asking a question you have the answer to? [Roll Eyes]
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For the record:
The MtDNA genome is about 16596 bp long has several regions of interest
Which includes
HVS-1, HVS-II and HVS-III and other misc regions eg xRNA
HVS-I (16024-16569) which is of primary interest determining female lineage ie MtDNA Haplogroups

Motifs are essentially positoins(think addresses or locations) in the region of interest.. eg 16000 +223(16223). A ” T” at that position is indicative of hg-W. But other hg carry “T” at the position. So you need a holistic view. So Beyoku was part right. Work needs to be done if the author is sloppy.
Anyways based upon the information provided in the table the origin was correctly identified AT THAT TIME

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Did I do a better job that Beyoku...the junior geneticist?

He put is foot in his mouth ...again.

BTW some geneticist interchangably use motif=haplotype. Why you ask? Beyoku do you know the answer?

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quote:
Originally posted by xyyman:
[QB] Did I do a better job that Beyoku...the junior geneticist?


beyoku did because she realized how ridiculous it is for you to look at that old Maca-Meyer chart and think that what they have marked "origin" is the origin of the haplogroup and determine H is Mauritanian.
Likewise they have M samples that oriignate in both the Philipines and India.
This exposes a long history you have of circling things on charts and coming to false conclusions

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quote:
Originally posted by the lioness,:
xyyman can you explain what an HVS motif is? ,

thanks

Sounds like you're equally clueless, to me.

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"CRS is a marker"

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"basal Eurasian wasn't discovered"

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Originally posted by the lioness:
"DNA Tribes misinterpreted Lazaridis"

quote:
Originally posted by the lioness:
"basal Eurasian is Middle Palaeolithic OOA"


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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by the lioness:
"basal Eurasian is Middle Palaeolithic OOA"


I don't remember eveything I say, I may have said this but I'm not sure I said this, do you have a link ?


anyway, lioness productions, in full effect

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North American Basketball Team, Clippers
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North American Soccer, U.S. national Team

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Hold up. Is Beyoku female? Damn! My Bad. I don't threat our females(infact ANY females) like that. My bad.


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quote:
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[QB] Did I do a better job that Beyoku...the junior geneticist?


beyoku did because she realized
I was under the impression he was male. After that lengthy thing with his buddies at the archade. What! What!
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Lioness,

Mauritania is in West Africa--just above Senegal.

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quote:
Originally posted by lamin:
Lioness,

Mauritania is in West Africa--just above Senegal.

Yes that is it's classification

although it's Northern half is parallel to North Africa and the nation is about a third Sahrawi Berber who are mixed with Arabs

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