3 ngọc nữ của làng mốt Nga vừa cùng nhau khoe sắc với mùa xuân trên tạp chí Maxim. Trong trạng thái 'tự nhiên' nhất các người đẹp nuy với những đóa hoa rực rỡ
Vera Brezhnev, Nastia Zadorozhnii và Svetlana Khodchenkova đua nhau khoe sắc với mùa xuân.
Vera Brezhnev, Nastia Zadorozhnii
và Svetlana Khodchenkova, 3 kiều nữ rất được những độc giả thân thuộc
với Maxim yêu thích lại vừa 'đốt mắt' các quư ông bằng bộ ảnh tuyệt hảo
Người ta có 5, 7 cách để chào đón
mùa xuân tươi đẹp, người th́ du xuân, người uống rượu mừng c̣n 3 chân
dài mỹ miều này lại muốn đua sắc cùng mùa xuân. Trong trạng thái 'tự
nhiên' nhất, Vera Brezhnev, Nastia Zadorozhnii và Svetlana Khodchenkova
đă khoe trọn những đường cong nóng bỏng và sức sống căng tràn của tuổi
thanh xuân trên ấn phẩm Maxim tại Nga trong tháng 3 tới.
Xinh đẹp, ngọt ngào, khêu gợi,
quyến rũ khỏi phải nói nhưng bộ ảnh chỉ vẻn vẹn 6 bức h́nh ấy vẫn tràn
ngập nét vui tươi, hồn nhiên và kiêu hănh của mùa xuân. Với sự độc đáo
này, Maxim mong muốn mang đến những phấn khích và hứng thú cho cánh mày
Mời các bạn cùng ngắm nh́n bộ ảnh chào xuân hấp dẫn của Maxim Nga tháng 3/2010:
All haplogroups are dictinst from each other. The easiest way to compare them is to look at restriction site mutations. All haplogroups, with the exception of X and I, share a gain at 1715 DdeI. Haplogroups L1 and L2 share a gain at 3592 HpaI and they're unique at that. Haplogroups L3a, b, c share one restriction site gain at 10394DdeI with (macro)haplogroup M and with I, J, K haplogroups and no restriction sites with the rest of the members of (macro)haplogroup N. L3d shares a loss at 10394DdeI with H, T, U, V, W, A, B, X.For HVR mutations at the "joints" (or better to say disjoints of L1/L2 and L3/M/N) see my exchange with Victor on anthropology.net on May 30, 2008.The only shared position is 16233.L3 is an artificially created haplogroup (in the 1990s geneticists noticed that there are African lineages that lack 3592HpaI and declared them ancestral to M and N) with some RFLP mutations shared with some non-African lineages and other mutations shared with other non-African lineages. There's nothing specifically African about L3 as it lacks 3592HpaI characteristic of L1 and L2. You could say that L3 lineages are more closely related to lineages found in M and N macrohaplogroups than to L1/L2 lineages, but it's plain wrong to say that M and N ARE L3.I consider L3 lineages products of local African differentiation on the basis of some M and N lineages streaming into Africa from Near East and India. They are of later origin than L1 and L2. Again, the exact population dynamic is unclear but a combination of bottleneck, genetic drift and expansion leading to greater effective pop size and hence diversity created this African specificity.You're right there cases of relatively recent admixture of African lineages in European/Near Eastern and American Indian gene pools. (Good catch on L6, by the way, it's also found in Saudi Arabia at low frequencies.) Some of them happened in southern Europe/Middle East in the past 10,000 years, others in the Americas after 1492. But there's no evidence for any L1, L2 or L3a-f lineages making it out of Africa around 30-50-60,000 years ago and spawning Lx lineages there. Maybe they will be found. But the more people dig in India, Southeast Asia or Australia, the more M and N lineages they find. And there're no archaic M and N lineages in Africa. Geneticists used to think that a couple of Senegalese sequences (at the time when they were tagged AF...) that displayed both RFLP mutations characteristic of M are those archaic M lineages. Now, they are considered results of a back migration into Africa (M1). Same for U lineages.The majority of M and N lineages emerged after humans had left America. When it comes to origins, size doesn't matter. America retained a subset of M lineages and a subset of N lineages and due to low population size and isolation has not accrued much diversity in them. Allele diversity is a function of effective pop size. The colonization of the Old World required huge demographic resources on the part of the early hunters and gatherers. Population size grew in response to the expansion needs and this affected effective population size (the no. of fertile men and women), which in turn affected diversity levels.
And just some minutes ago I kept thniikng Europeans had more Neanderthal admixture.The findings of a study by researchers at the University of Cambridge suggests that common ancestry, not hybridisation, better explains the average 1-4 per cent DNA that those of European and Asian descent (Eurasians) share with Neanderthals.Since Neandertals share genes that are exclusively characteristics of Eurasians but not Africans this actually suggest that Neanderthals and Eurasians have a common ancestor to the exclusion of sub-Saharan Africans.Which greatly supports the Out-of-Arabia theory, already backed up by Freidline et al. Proto-Eurasians and Neanderthals converging together in the Middle East before spreading outwards 70,000 years ago.
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