Y-DNA, mtDNA and X-DNA – And What You Can Do with the Data
Click HERE for a complete list of DNA Do-Over topics for 2018
During March 2018, we will cover the following areas of this topic:
- What is X-DNA and how to use it to understand Autosomal DNA matches
- What is Y-DNA and how to use it
- What is mtDNA and how to use it
DNA Do-Over Month 3 Resources
This is a developing list and as we discuss this month’s topic we will add to this document and finalize it on March 31st.
Using Y-DNA, Mitochondrial DNA, and X-DNA for Genealogy Research Digital Download presented by Mary Eberle, JD. Two 90-minute webinars plus syllabus materials covering:
- Using Y-DNA, Mitochondrial DNA, and X-DNA for Genealogy Research: Understanding when these types of DNA can help (and when they won’t) is crucial. Learn how these types of DNA can be used to answer your genealogy questions.
- Case Studies with Hands-on Exercises: Y-DNA, Mitochondrial DNA, and X-DNA can be useful in the right situation. We’ll explore case studies where these types of DNA helped determine relationships between matches, find the birth parent, and more.
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- X-DNA Inheritance Chart: via DNA Hunters LLC, a depiction of from whom you can inherit X-DNA if you are male or female. Click HERE for explanation from Mary Eberle, JD of DNA Hunters, LLC and access to the PDF
- Types of DNA to Test for Family Research: via DNA Hunters LLC, click HERE for an excellent explanation of how X-DNA, Y-DNA and mt-DNA differ from Mary Eberle, JD of DNA Hunters, LLC
- X-DNA: via ISOGG Wiki, click HERE for information and resources on X-DNA via the International Society of Genetic Genealogy Wiki.
- Y-DNA: via ISOGG Wiki, click HERE for information and resources on Y-DNA via the International Society of Genetic Genealogy Wiki.
- Mitochondrial DNA: via ISOGG Wiki, click HERE for information and resources on mtDNA via the International Society of Genetic Genealogy Wiki.
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