Mitochondrial Haplogroup J

Haplotype J is a haplogroup common in Europe. The lineage is thought to have emerged in West Asia around 45,000 years ago

 

Subclades

  • J1
    • J1b
      • J1b1 : an Indo-European subclade, found in Anatolia, Central Asia, India and most of Europe
        • J1b1a : found in Europe, the Caucasus and India
          • J1b1a1 : found in western Europe
          • J1b1a2 : found in Italy, Greece and Armenia
          • J1b1a3 : found in Italy, Armenia and northern Iran
        • J1b1b : found in north-west Europe, Italy, Turkey and China (Xinjiang)
          • J1b1b1 : found in Italy, Armenia, Iraq, Iran, India and Siberia (Buryats, Altai-Kizhi)
          • J1b1b2 : found in Iran
      • J1b2 : found in Mesopotamia, Morocco, Iberia, Italy and France
        • J1b2a : found in the Near East
      • J1b3 : found in Italy and Armenia
        • J1b3a : found in Iran (Persians), Armenia and central Europe
        • J1b3b : found in Greece and Iran
      • J1b4 : found in Turkey and Crete
        • J1b4a : found in Armenia and Iran
      • J1b5
        • J1b5a : found in Iraq, Armenia and Ossetia
        • J1b5b : found in Iraq and Iran
        • J1b5c : found in Iran (Qashqai)
      • J1b6 : found in Iran (Persians), Iraq and Kuwait
        • J1b6a : found in Italy and Iran
      • J1b7 : found in Iraq and Turkey
      • J1b8 : found in Armenia and the Maghreb
    • J1c
      • J1c1 : found throughout Europe
        • J1c1a : found in the British Isles and Finland
        • J1c1b : found in western and northern Europe
        • J1c1c
        • J1c1d
        • J1c1e
        • J1c1f
        • J1c1g : found in western Europe
      • J1c2 : found throughout Europe
        • J1c2a : found in the British Isles and Scandinavia
        • J1c2b : found in the British Isles
        • J1c2c : found in northern and eastern Europe
        • J1c2d : found in the British Isles and Scandinavia
        • J1c2e : found in northern and central Europe, among the Basques, and in Iran (Persians)
        • J1c2f : found in the southern Russia, northern and central Europe
        • J1c2g : found in Britain
        • J1c2h
        • J1c2i : found in Turkey
        • J1c2j : found in Italy
        • J1c2k : found in Greece
        • J1c2l
        • J1c2m : found in Romania, Russia (Siberia), Iran and Turkmenistan
        • J1c2n : found in Finland
        • J1c2o
        • J1c2p : found in Ukraine
        • J1c2q
        • J1c2r : found in Estonia
        • J1c2s
      • J1c3 : found throughout Europe
        • J1c3a : found in north-western Europe
        • J1c3b : found in north-western Europe
        • J1c3c : found in France, Germany and the Benelux
        • J1c3d : found in Russia
        • J1c3e : found in central and north-eastern Europe
        • J1c3f : found in northern Europe
        • J1c3g : found in north-western Europe and Russia
        • J1c3h
        • J1c3i
        • J1c3j
        • J1c3k : found in Russia (Adygea)
      • J1c4 : found in central and northern Europe
        • J1c4a
        • J1c4b
      • J1c5 : found in most of Europe
        • J1c5a
        • J1c5b
        • J1c5c: found among the Basques
        • J1c5d: found in north-western Europe
        • J1c5e : found in Europe and India (Punjab)
        • J1c5f
      • J1c6: found among the Basques
      • J1c7 : found in eastern, central and northern Europe, and in Iran (Qashqai)
        • J1c7a : found in Spain, Italy, south-eastern and north-eastern Europe, and Iran (Persians)
      • J1c8 : found in Sweden, Britain, Spain, Crete and India
        • J1c8a
        • J1c8b
      • J1c9 : found in northern Europe and Italy
      • J1c10 : found in central and western Europe, Italy, (incl. Sardinia) and Morocco
        • J1c10a
      • J1c11: found in Italy and Austria
        • J1c11a
      • J1c12: found in Italy, Israel, Mesopotamia, Azerbaijan and Russia (Volga Tatars)
      • J1c13
      • J1c14 : found in central and eastern Europe
      • J1c15 : found in Italy and the Near East (Israel, Azerbaijan, Iraq, Kuwait)
        • J1c15a
        • J1c15b
      • J1c16
      • J1c17 : found in Sardinia
    • J1d : found in Mediterranean Europe, the Middle East and the Caucasus
      • J1d1 : found in Spain, Italy Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Iran, Kuwait, and Uganda
        • J1d1a
        • J1d1b
      • J1d2 : found in Italy, Armenia and Iran
        • J1d2a:
      • J1d3 : found in Italy and around the Caucasus (Adygea, Georgia)
        • J1d3a: found in Iran (Qashqai)
        • J1d3b
      • J1d4 : found in Armenia and India (Brahmin)
      • J1d5 : found in Iran
      • J1d6 : found in Russia (Ossetia, Mansia, Siberia) and Iran (Azeri)
        • J1d6a
  • J2
    • J2a
      • J2a1 : found mostly in western, central and northern Europe, particularly around the Alps and Scandinavia
        • J2a1a
      • J2a2 : found mostly in the Near East and North Africa
        • J2a2a : found in Italy, Anatolia, the Levant and Yemen
        • J2a2b : found in the Maghreb, Greece and Russia
        • J2a2c : found in Italy (including Sardinia) and Yemen
        • J2a2d : found in the Maghreb
    • J2b
      • J2b1 : found mostly in the Near East (esp. Caucasus and Anatolia), but also in Mediterranean, central and Atlantic Europe
        • J2b1a : found in western Europe and Russia
        • J2b1b : found in the British Isles
        • J2b1c : found in Greece (including Crete) and Russia
        • J2b1d : found in Russia (Northwest Caucasus)
        • J2b1e : found in Italy and the Levant (Lebanon)
        • J2b1f : found in the Levant (Syria) and Armenia
        • J2b1g
        • J2b1h
      • J2b2 : found in the Middle East and Romania

 

Links

http://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_J_mtDNA.shtml

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_J_%28mtDNA%29