When cousins marry, it can create confusion when taking a look at DNA centimorgans and your genetic relationships. In this episode we explore the distinctions in between Pedigree Collapse and Endogamy in your DNA results. This is an interview with visitor Diahan Southard. Find out how to identify Pedigree Collapse in your own family tree.
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1:19 Genetic Genealogist Diahan Southard.
1:46 Pedigree Collapse vs. Endogamy.
3:45 DNA and Current Typical Ancestors.
3:59 What is Endogamy?
4:28 Recognizing endogamy in DNA matches.
6:06 Geography and Endogamy.
7:00 23andMe, Ancestry, MyHeritage DNA Algorithms for endogamous groups.
8:01 FamilyTree DNA for endogamous groups.
8:28 Ancestry.com – Lumber.
8:54 Similar by State vs Identical by Descent.
9:40 The Lumber Algorithm – how it reduces your matches.
10:37 Example: Diahan’s Grandma.
13:11 When endogamy gets in the way.
13:40 MyHeritage Chromosome Internet Browser.
14:38 Village Endogamy.
15:16 Can we learn who the DNA comes from?
15:45 What type of DNA to try to find.
16:35 Your DNA Guide.
17:32 Is pedigree collapse much easier to resolve?
17:53 Numerous relationships.
18:17 The number of occasions?
19:02 Who will see pedigree collapse?
19:41 What 2 relationships do these cousins have?
21:04 Determining anticipated shared DNA.
21:53 Utilizing the Shared Centimorgan Project.
22:30 Searching For Biological Parents.
23:20 Checking out all possibilities.
24:43 Using DNA to eliminate endogamy.
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27:42 Follow Diahan’s Work.
28:14 You can do DNA.
28:36 Research study matters.
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