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How Genetic Engineering Can Make Us Look Like Bodybuilders Naturally

What Is Genetic : How Genetic Engineering Will Make Us Look Like Bodybuilders The What is Genetic website explores the science of DNA, heredity, and biology. This article examines how the human bod…

Ready to Contact Your DNA Matches? Here's What to Say (and NOT to Say)

DNA testing for ancestry is more popular than ever. More than 12 million Americans alone have now been tested. And with this many DNA results online in the various databases, chances are very, very good that you’re going to find hundreds of distant cousins when your results are processed. DNA testing for ancestry is more popular than ever. More than 12 million Americans alone have now been tested. And with this many DNA results online in the various databases, chances are very, very good…

Difference Between Gene and Allele | Definition, Structure, Function, Types, Examples

What is the difference between Gene and Allele? A gene is a stretch of DNA which determines a specific trait; an allele brings variations to a single trait.

Discover Your European Ancestors' World -

I’m lucky. One of my distant cousins wrote an entire book on the Shore (Schor, Schorr) family’s journey from Switzerland[...]

DNA.Land's New Ancestry Report is Not to Be Missed

If you're one of the many thousands of genealogists that have tested your DNA in the hopes of better understanding your genetic heritage, you'll be

Gnosis of the Matrix implosion (Part 1)

[ Become a part of the stream of Higher Consciousness by contributing in the “DONATE” button of my previous older blog: ] {your contribution is needed to sustain this research, than…

The map above shows what the borders of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa might look like if they were based on the Y-DNA haplogroup rather than ethnicity and/or any other political considerations.

If European Borders Were Drawn By DNA Instead Of Ethnicity

Map originally found on reddit The map above shows what the borders of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa might look like if they were based on the dominant Y-DNA haplogroup rather than ethnicity and/or any other political considerations. Here's some very basic information about each...

Ancestry DNA Matches: Three Tools You May Not be Using

Are you taking advantage of the tools Ancestry DNA has provided to discover and track your cousin matches? If not, read on and discover three tools on the website that are often overlooked a…

Researchers have found 23 distinct Irish genetic clusters in Ireland and Britain. These are most distinct in western Ireland, but less pronounced in the east. In the stock image above, the many different territories making up the British Isles, including Ireland and the UK, can be seen

DNA map of of Britain and Ireland reveals Viking genes left their mark

Researchers at Trinity College Dublin have constructed a DNA map revealing the lasting genetic contributions from British, Scandinavian and French invasions.

Legacy Tree Product Review: DNA Painter for DNA Analysis | Legacy Tree

One of our genetic genealogists provides a review on the dna analysis tool, DNA Painter, winner of the 2018 RootsTech DNA Innovation contest. Check it out!

Genealogy Explained: "Do Siblings Have the Same DNA?" Graphic

Mark Orwig is the writer of the Genealogy Explained website, and he has created a neat graphic to explain the answer to the question posed in "Do Siblings Have the Same DNA?" I encourage all of my readers to read the entire article because the science is interesting and the "deck of cards" example is familiar to most of us. The graphic is: Pictures are always better than many words, and this graphic shows why siblings (assuming they aren't identical twins) may not have the same ethnicity…

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Which Ancestry DNA Test is the Best? A Detailed Comparison Guide

Ready to take an ancestry DNA test, but aren't sure which one to choose? This detailed comparison guide and review will help.

How Much DNA Do You Share With Your Blood Relatives?

How much genetic material do you share with your biological relatives? Take a look at the family tree below and the figure in the red box is the percentage of DNA your body has in common with your blood relatives. For example, your first cousin has 12.5% of the genes you do (implying, inversely, that 87.5% of their genes are different). Your third cousin twice removed, on the other hand, would have only 0.195% of the same genes, meaning 99.805% of their DNA would be different. This assumes…

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The Genetic Map Of Europe

Map created by eupedia.com The map above, created by eupedia.com, shows the genetic makeup of European countries based on Haplogroups. These groups each share a common ancestor and can be one way of looking at the genetic makeup of a population. In humans, haplogroups can either be based on...

Using DNA to Solve Genealogy Brick Walls | Legacy Tree

Have an elusive ancestor that can't be found? We'll show you how using DNA to solve genealogy brick walls might be the answer!