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    There has been a heated discussion regarding what...

    There has been a heated discussion regarding what and how money affects academic success for many years. Although it is possible to make poor financial decisions, a substantial body of data from...
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    When you hear the word "education," what comes to...

    When you hear the word "education," what comes to mind? Do you chuckle when you think back on your finest academic performances? When you consider having to show your mother your grades, do you get...
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    We quantify the space-time fluctuation of the...

    We quantify the space-time fluctuation of the frequency of haplogroup K, previously postulated as an important Neolithic marker, using a database including the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) of 513...
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    So a simple but very complicated question that...

    So a simple but very complicated question that every teacher should ask themselves is what makes a good English teacher? Or how can you become a good English teacher? Well to give that question’s...
  5. People frequently see anthropologists as...

    People frequently see anthropologists as professorial types who research other civilizations before sharing their findings in academic publications and college courses. Academic occupations are...
  6. Poll: Genetics is the study of hereditary variation in...

    Genetics is the study of hereditary variation in humans. The scientific study of inherited variation is known as human genetics. Mostly all human genetic diversity is physiologically inconsequential,...
  7. In this modern age, you don’t need high-tech...

    In this modern age, you don’t need high-tech bombs to destroy a country. Just corrupt or destroy their education system and that country will fall apart in a very few time. These words clarify the...
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    Monkeypox was initially found in 1958, when two...

    Monkeypox was initially found in 1958, when two epidemics of a pox-like disease happened in study colonies of monkeys, thus the name. During a period of increased effort to eradicate smallpox, the...
  9. According to three new studies published by the...

    According to three new studies published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, booster doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccinations have proved to be extremely helpful in...
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    I1, commonly known as Haplogroup I-M253, is a Y...

    I1, commonly known as Haplogroup I-M253, is a Y chromosomal haplogroup. The SNPs M253, M307.2/P203.2, M450/S109, P30, P40, L64, L75, L80, L81, L118, L121/S62, L123, L124/S64, L125/S65, L157.1, L186,...
  11. Paternal haplogroups are Y chromosome families...

    Paternal haplogroups are Y chromosome families defined by a shared collection of genetic variations. If you're a man, the Paternal Haplogroup report will tell you about your Y-chromosome haplogroup,...
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    Haplogroup G-P303 (G2a2b2a, originally G2a3b1) is...

    Haplogroup G-P303 (G2a2b2a, originally G2a3b1) is a Y-chromosome haplogroup in human genetics. It is a haplogroup G (Y-DNA) branch (M201). G-P303 is also a branch of G2 (P287), G2a (P15), G2a2,...
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    Southeast Asia is one of the world's most...

    Southeast Asia is one of the world's most genetically varied areas, yet scientists have disputed for more than a century whether the hypothesis of the region's population beginnings is true....
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    Haplogroup G (M201) is a Y-chromosome haplogroup...

    Haplogroup G (M201) is a Y-chromosome haplogroup found in humans. It is one of two haplogroups that make up GHIJK, being the other HIJK. G-M201 is most frequent among national people in Georgia; it...
  15. The development of population-based varieties has...

    The development of population-based varieties has greatly aided our understanding of the genetic underpinnings of inherited diseases in humans. The genetic structure of Turkey was studied using 3,362...
  16. Thread: E-m123*

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    According to archaeological and paleontological...

    According to archaeological and paleontological evidence, early human evolution most likely took place in East Africa. According to genetic study, populations from the region are also shown to be...
  17. Thread: group E-V22

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    E-V22 is a subbranch of E-M78 that dates back to...

    E-V22 is a subbranch of E-M78 that dates back to around 14.000 years (y-full). Prof. Cruciani indicated in 2007 that E-M78 originated in the Western Desert (Egypt/Libya). Prof. Trombetta et al....
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    The mutation PF2431+ marks the E-PF2431 branch of...

    The mutation PF2431+ marks the E-PF2431 branch of the human family tree. In the world, it is an uncommon Y chromosomal clade of paternal lineages. E-PF2431 is divided into two subclades: Y10561 and...
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    Early human evolution is most likely to have...

    Early human evolution is most likely to have occurred in East Africa, according to archaeological and paleontological data. Populations from the region are also found to have, although not solely,...
  20. Thanks for sharing the information with us, it...

    Thanks for sharing the information with us, it was very informative.
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