Rh ryr (ighg 1G3 fbo1b3-b4-b5 rh-cde) Y Caucasian Chromosome originated in Kur or Gutian Torcharian people of Kurds
Historical records indicate that the present Uyghurs were formed by admixture between Tocharians from the west and Orkhon Uyghurs (Wugusi-Huihu, according to present Chinese pronunciation) from the east in the 8th century CE. "
Gamkrelidze and Ivanov cited W. N. Henning to the effect that the ancestors of the Tocharians could be identified with the Gutians from the Zagros, a people that attacked the Sumerians and founded a dynasty. As usual, I don't presume to know the linguistic evidence for this, but this hypothesis would place the ancestors of the Tocharians in the "right spot": virtually all of their Caucasoid Y-chromosome gene pool could be explained with an origin in north Iran.
Ural-Altaic (ighg 1G3 fbo1b3-b4-b5 rh-cde) Y Caucasian Chromosome originated in Iran.
and Rh ryr (ighg 1G3 fbo1b3-b4-b5 rh-cde) Y Caucasian Chromosome originated in the Zargos Mountian of Iranian with the Elamites and Gutian-Tocharians or Kur people or Kurdish and purest of the pure Sumerian Jews. Sumerian Yazdis and Sumerian-Parsis or Chaldeans all who originated from Ur Sumeria .
A rare Rh blood group genotype ryr ' (Dce/dCe) with a non-functional RhD gene found in a Japanese." Japanese
Ural-Altaic (ighg 1G3 fbo1b3-b4-b5 rh-cde)
Hemolytic disease of the newborn
Main article: Hemolytic disease of the newborn
The hemolytic condition occurs when there is an incompatibility between the blood types of the mother and the fetus. There is also potential incompatibility if the mother is Rh negative and the father is positive. When any incompatibility is detected, the mother receives an injection at 28 weeks gestation and at birth to avoid the development of antibodies toward the fetus. These terms do not indicate which specific antigen-antibody incompatibility is implicated. The disorder in the fetus due to Rh D incompatibility is known as erythroblastosis fetalis.
• Hemolytic comes from two words: "hemo" (blood) and "lysis" (destruction) or breaking down of red blood cells
• Erythroblastosis refers to the making of immature red blood cells
• Fetalis refers to the fetus.
The results at the Rh Locus in the Parsis have provided evidence for an orthodox nature
of Rh gene “r” and a variable nature of R2 gene. The highest frequency of an extremely
rare r y (CdE) gene (=0.7%) in the Parsis is one of the most unique findings described
so far in any population of the world. In Parsis it is poplymorphic whereas it is just
sporadic in occurrence that too in a few populations only, the world over. The present
analysis showed that founder’s principle i.e. genetic drift and a high degree of inbreeding
among the early small number of migrants and subsequent cloning effect in successive
generations have been responsible for such high ry gene complex among them. According
to Morgan and Spuhler (1965),“in the absence of mutation, gene flow and selection, an
idealized small population mating at random for a requisite number of generation (e.g.
excluding negative assortative mating) dependent upon the size of the population, will
reach a level of inbreeding equal to unity.” This may be true for early Parsi immigrants.
Both size could not have been more than 100 (?) people including men women and
children and close relatives during 600-700 A.D. Effective reproductive individuals will
be still smaller.
Man from Atlantis
North Charleston, SC
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Parsis brought “ry” gene with hem since not a single example of “ry”
has been reported from a vast literature available from India.“ry” gene and Heterosis:
Some form of heterosis among the possessors of the “ry” gene complex appears plausible
although difficult to prove, but the possibility cannot be excluded following Parson’s
arguments. Parson (1962) while discussing “the initial increase of a new gene under
positive assortative mating” came to the conclusion that “the condition under which new
genes will increase in frequency under mixed positive asortative mating and random
mating are discussed for populations in which two alleles are segregating at a locus.
Whereas heterozygote advantage is essential under random mating for a new gene to
become established, this is no longer a prerequisite with a proportion of assortative
mating”. So far no specific selective advantage is known for “ry”.
If any advantage is discovered them what Parsons (1963) thought of migration selection
as an evolutionary factor may be as important as drift and viability differences between
genotypes may be true for “ry” incidence among the Parsis. As a matter of fact Parsons
has been looking forward for accurate unbiased data.
“ry” gene complex appears to be of Iranian origin and it is strongly suspected that “ry” can
still be detected in population groups from central Iran. The phenotype CeDEE reported
by Sunderland and Smith (1966) could be ry R2 rather than R2 R2 as interpreted by them.
Highest frequency in the world at HLA, A,B, and DR locus antigens and also in Gm
and InV (1) loci can be explained on the basis of genetic drift in the small founder Parsi
populations as mentioned which discussing “ry” story.
Thus, the Rh system in the Parsis has provided evidences for genetic drift through “ry”
selection through R2, and high degree of genetic stability though “r”.
This Rare Rh Genotype ryr (CdE/cde) came originally from the Inca Indians in Andeans who brought all the up to the Aluets or Eskimos and Na-Dana Cree and Souix and then to Elamo-Dravidian in Persia and the Persian Parsis from Pars brought it to Karachi were Rh negative in 27% and B Rh negative with Rare Rh Genotype ryr (CdE/cde). I have this Rare Rh Genotype ryr. I got from my B Rh negative mother who came from Parsis in Karachi from Sassanian Noble family of Yazdegerd III daughter Nazbanu because it pass through the mother line. This is also Pure Atlantean
Tocharian is first attested in the 8th c. AD, that is, about 3 thousand years after the earliest detected Caucasoids in the region
There has been a shift in the region from Tocharian and eastern Iranian languages to Turkic over the last thousand years or so. Why assume linguistic continuity in the preceding three thousand?
Indeed, there has been linguistic shift throughout other regions of Eurasia in shorter timespans, such as the spread of Slavic across most of eastern Europe, the virtual extinction of Celtic in most of western Europe, the replacement of multiple languages by Arabic in the Near East, and so on. Linguistic continuity does not seem to be an appropriate default position in the absence of direct evidence.
The earliest Caucasoids of the Tarim were already substantially mixed with Mongoloids at least in their mtDNA. This reduces our confidence that they spoke an Indo-European language, as there is a pattern of Caucasoid patrilineages combined with Mongoloid mtDNA in present-day non-IE South Siberians
Indeed, the current Turkic Uyghurs, who are closer (temporally) to the Tocharians than the early Bronze Age Caucasoids have a rich assortment of Caucasoid Y-chromosome haplogroups, whereas the early Bronze Age ones seem to have belonged uniformly to R1a1. What languages were spoken by the non-R1a1 Caucasoids who arrived in the Tarim prior to the Turkification of the region?
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