European Contribution

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Mexicans - Population Genetics
... self-image, genetic studies have found the Mexican population to be of mainly Amerindian and European ancestry ... Most researches have also found a small African contribution ... Most studies have shown a European contribution of somewhere between 40-60% and an Amerindian contribution of 40-60%, and an African contribution of 1-5% ...
Mexican Diaspora - Population Genetics
... population to be of mainly Amerindian and European ancestry ... Most researches have also found a small African contribution ... Most studies have shown a European contribution of somewhere between 40-60% and an Amerindian contribution of 40-60%, and an African contribution of 1-5% ...
Mexican People - Population Genetics
... the Mexican population to be of mainly Amerindian and European ancestry ... Most researches have also found a small African contribution ... Most studies have shown a European contribution of somewhere between 40-60% and an Amerindian contribution of 40-60%, and an African contribution of 1-5% ...
Argentine People Of European Descent - Genetic Research
... from the Blood Bank of the Policlínico Ferroviario Central, with the purpose of finding European and Amerindian genetic components ... that "the percentages found in native populación were European component, 81.47%-81.77%, and Amerindian component 18.23%-18.57%." Another study of the Amerindian ancestry of Argentines was headed by Argentine ... For example, a person with seven European great-grandparents and only one Amerindian/Mestizo great-grandparent will be included in that 56%, although his/her ...

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