Biologia futura: confessions in genes

Pamjav, Horolma ✉ [Pamjav, Horolma (Genetika), szerző]; Krizsan, Krisztina

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Összefoglaló cikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: BIOLOGIA FUTURA 2676-8615 2676-8607 71 (4) pp. 435-441 2020
  • SJR Scopus - Agricultural and Biological Sciences (miscellaneous): Q3
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Szakterületek:
    Y-DNA and mtDNA have been a widely used tool not only in forensic genetic applications but in human evolutionary and population genetic studies. Its paternal or maternal inheritance and lack of recombination have offered the opportunity to explore genealogical relationships among individuals and to study the frequency differences of paternal and maternal clades among human populations at continental and regional levels. It is unbelievable, but true, that the disadvantages of paternal and maternal lineages in forensic genetic studies, i.e., everyone within a family have the same paternal or maternal haplotype and haplogroup, become advantages in human evolutionary studies, i.e., reveal the genetic history of successful mothers and successful fathers. Thanks to these amazing properties of haploid markers, they provide tools for mapping the migration routes of human populations during prehistoric and historical periods, separately as maternal and paternal lineages, and together as the genetic history of a population.
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    2021-12-07 03:45