Genealogy Projects tagged with mitochondrial DNA on the Geni Family Tree

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  • mtDNA Haplogroups

    This is a master project, to collect information about the specific mtDNA haplogroup projects on Geni.All modern humans descend in the female line from a particular woman, nicknamed "Mitochondrial Eve," who lived about 150,000 years ago. Each of us has inherited her mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA), along with the mutations that have accumulated in our individual family lines. Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA...

  • H (Mitochondrial DNA)

    (a Geni initiated project. There is a Member created Duplicate Project.)For more info on Mitrochondrial DNA visit this project : mtDNA Haplogroups === Site Index ===*1. a Quick tree.*2. Subclades of H.*3. Surnames/Lastnames/Family names Related to Haplogroup H *4. Sources*5.1. L => L3 => N => R => R0 => R0a'b => HV => H=== 2. Subclades of H ===(For more detail on Sub groups, click on the link t...

  • H1 (Mitochondrial DNA)

    H1 is a mitochondrial DNA haplogroup that is very diverse and fairly widespread. It is strongly represented in Europe today although it extends into North Africa and Asia. Members of the H1 haplogroup share a common matrilineal (direct maternal) ancestor, who lived around 9,900 years ago or possibly earlier, most likely in southwest Europe.== Introduction to Mitochondrial DNA and Haplogroups ==...

  • H1c (Mitochondrial DNA)

    (Geni initiated Project)== Subclades of H ==* H (mtDNA) ** H1 (mtDNA) *** H1c (mtDNA) **** H1c1 (mtDNA) === People related to this Haplogroup===*Aida Leal *Ana Cardoza, d. 1700 Pico (Azores Islands) *Ana Wolf, d 1879 *Anna Moll*Carol A. Gay*Candinho da Silva Garcia (contact is Freddy)*Charles Ervin Morgan*Deisi Vaz Pinto*Denice Rendell*Dmytro Kowalyszyn*Elizabeth Ann Migliori*Elizabeth Bogdahn...

  • H44b (Mitochondrial DNA)

    Haplogroup H44b is a branch on the maternal tree of human kind. Its age is between 2,900 and 10,300 years (Behar et al., 2012b).Mitochondrial DNA of prehistoric Europeans The testing of ancient DNA help us understand how long each haplogroup has been in Europe. Dozens of samples from the Paleolithic and Mesolithic, and hundreds from the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Bronze Age have already been t...

  • H11 (Mitochondrial DNA)

    (Geni.com initiated project)Identifying Mutations:[T8448C ; G13759A ; T16311C! ]Related Projects: H mtDNA Project * H11a mtDNA Project ** H11a1 mtDNA Project ** H11a2-T16092C mtDNA Project ** H11a2a mtDNA Project *** H11a2a1 mtDNA Project *** H11a2a2 mtDNA Project *** H11a2a3** H11a3** H11a4** H11a5** H11a6** H11a8* H11b** H11b1 mtDNA Project == Most distant H11 maternal ancestors : ===== Pleas...

  • R5a2 (Mitochondrial DNA)

    To participate in this project, join or follow the project, add your oldest known ancestor who belonged to this haplogroup, & yourself. The profile must be set to public in order to add it. 'Possible time of origin: Age: 16,277.0 ± 5,754.0; CI=95% (Behar et al., 2012b) Possible place of origin: Undetermined Parent Branch: R5a Descendants branch(s): R5a2a R5a2b Distribution: Prevalent especial...

  • HV9 (Mitochondrial DNA)

    Background ==HV9 is a subclade of the large R0 haplogroup.== Time to Most Recent Common Ancestor == Haplogroup.org HV9 >Haplogroup HV9 is a branch on the maternal tree of human kind. Its age is between 3,400 and 12,800 years (Behar et al., 2012b).== mtDNA SNP Reference Trees ==* Family Tree DNA mtDNA Haplotree HV9 * PhyloTree.org - mtDNA tree Build 17 (18 Feb 2016): subtree R0 * YFull MTree HV9...

  • H11a-T152C! (Mitochondrial DNA)

    (Geni.com initiated Project) Back to H11a Project Most distant H11a-T152C maternal ancestors : * Trijntje Theunisz Gansevanger (b.1620c. Netherland d.1715c. South Africa)* Person tested: C Barry * Ingeborg Andersdatter (b. 1691 Norway)* Person tested: Svein-Magnus Bergan Sørensen* Gjertrud Gudmundsdatter Brøste (b.1751 Norway d.1833)* Person tested: Trond Dagfinn Krøvel

  • DNA Testing: Choosing a test

    Genetic genealogy is a hot topic, but many people are put off by the learning curve. This is a place to get answers to your questions. >>* MH/Geni DNA Tests This project is sponsored by Geni's curators to provide help in choosing a DNA test and understanding what questions the different types of tests might answer.= How to participate =If you want to see the discussions from this project in you...