Population Genetics

Marc McDermott
First Published: | Updated: April 2, 2024

Population genetics is the study of how genes are passed on and how they change within a population over time. It helps us understand the distribution and frequency of genetic variations within and between populations, and how these variations can lead to changes in the traits of individuals.

In this section, we’ll delve into the world of population genetics and how it relates to the exciting field of genealogy and DNA testing. By understanding the principles of population genetics, you can gain a deeper understanding of your own ancestry and the larger forces at play in the evolution of humankind.

Ethnic Groups in Europe

Ethnic Groups in North America

Ethnic Groups in Asia

Ethnoreligious Groups

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