Y-Haplogroup Projects and Websites

Haplogroups are the groupings of mankind based on analysis of the y-chromosome,
which has been passed from father to son since the beginning.  Each haplogroup represents a branch of the "Family Tree of Man".   Haplogroups were assigned letters
of the alphabet before the complete analysis was done which means that the specific letter assignment itself is meaningless.  However, our learning over time has allowed
us to correlate each haplogroup to man's migration as we populated the earth.  This learning, which is continuing, makes the Haplogroup designation very interesting - as
it identifies which migration path our ancient ancestors took.  
 
A man's Haplogroup is typically estimated, based on the markers evaluated in his yDNA test. To be certain of the Haplogroup, a formal test, often called a SNP (pronounced
"snip") test must be done. 

There is a large and ever-growing body of literature on Haplogroups.  General Haplogroup
resource information is found at the bottom of this page.  This table provides links to the
Y-Haplogroup projects at FTDNA and to information specific to Y-Haplogroups
.

For a complete list of Haplogroup Projects, see ISOGG's Y-DNA Haplogroup Projects.

 

Information by Haplogroup 

Haplo group

Old Project Name

FTDNA Project Link

Resource

Source

B

 

B

 

Kyle-Pierre Nfr

C

 

C& C3

"The Genetic Legacy of the Mongols"

Tatiana Zerjal, et al

E

E*

-

Jewish_E3b

E-M35

E1 & E

Jewish_E3b

   

Origin, Diffusion & Differentation ...E & J

Semino, et al

E3b Haplogroup Project Site

Victor Villarreal

Double~Helix - an E3b Haplogroup site

Victor Villarreal

 

 

   

F

       

F

F

-

G. D. Boyette

G

G

G5

G

G2C

Diagnostic Y-STR Markers in Haplogroup G

P Goff & W Athey -  JoGG

G Haplogroup in Europe

Ray Banks

Haplogroups G & G2 in Europe

Ray Banks

   

 

 

Y-str Haplotypes for G  subgroups

Brian Hamman

   

H

H

H

Haplogroup H & Subclades

ISOGG

I

I

I1a

I1b2

I1c

I

I1

I2a

M223

Rootsi, et al Haplogroup I Paper

From Stanford's Human Population Genetics Laboratory

Hapolgroup I

Ken Nordtvedt

I1* y cluster

Andrew Lancaster

I1* x cluster

A Lancaster on Nordvedt

Deep Ancestry of I1a1 DYS19=16

Phil Goff

I1a STR Distribution

Gordon Hamilton

   

J

J
J2
-

J2b_455-8
J2 Plus

J
J2
J2b-M102+

J2b_455-8
J2 Plus

 

 

Y chromosomal haplogroup J

F. Di Giacomo, et al

 

 

L

L

L

-

-

N

N

N

A counter-clockwise nothern route of N

Rootsi, et al

Route of N Table 1

Rootsi, et al

O

O

O3

-

-

Q

Q
-
Q-Jewish

Q
Q3
Q-Jewish

-

-

R

 

R*
R1*

   

R1a

 

R1a

Haplogroup R1a

From the Border Reiver Project

 

R1a SNP results

John McEwan

Descendants of Somerled

Clan Donald

R1b

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R1b SNP

John McEwan

 

 

 

"Super Western Atlantic Modal Haplotype"

Whit Athey

 

 

 

Observed R1b Y allele frequencies - Iberian

Robert Tarin

 

 

 

Hotspots for R1b1c6,7,9,10

Vincent Vizachero from John McEwan's work

 

 

 

R1b from YHRD

Proofer Joan

 

 

 

R1b Phase III AnalysisII

John McEwan

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

R1b1c Group - Irish Type III

 

 

 

 

The Northwest Irish Variety of R -- R1b1c7

 

 

 

 

R1b1c10 / R1b1b2h

David K Faux

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Y-Chromosome

 

 

FTDNA's Y-Chromosome Browser

Thomas Krahn