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British subpopulations (D_Katana?)
Posted by Ben on September 27, 2019, 8:41 am
On the past we've discussed possible regional variations in habitancy type in different parts of England specifically or the British isles in general. Do we have any summary of these observations? I recall that Dr Benis thought that some areas of England had a high prevalence of N types (I'd agree with that), with other areas having more of a bent toward NP/NPA- types. Outside of England the observation is excessive A- trait in Scotland (also northern England?), possible similarity and bent toward NPA+ types (and even nonsanguinity-Bill O'Reilly comes to mind) in Ireland, and does the habitancy map depict Wales as a Sublime zone?
Does DK have any thoughts? What about your home city of Liverpool/Merseyside region? I understand that Liverpool being a major port city has historically been quite a cultural and genetic melting pot deriving from Britain and continental Europe,having substantial Irish ancestry in particular (also being close to Wales). Would you say that there was substantial A- trait or above average Aggressive trait, for example?
This article might be useful: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3711040/How-British-Genetic-study-reveals-Yorkshire-Anglo-Saxon-UK-East-Midlands-Scandinavian.html
- British subpopulations (D_Katana?) - Ben September 27, 2019, 8:41 am
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