Migration and gametic structure have been analyzed in rural population of Sakha Republic (Yakutia). The populations studied differ from one another in the migration rate and direction, which are determined by the socioeconomic development of the regions and ethnic composition of settlements. A high rate of long-distance migrations and a low rate of migrations within uluses (districts) are characteristic of regions with well-developed industry and transportation and are more characteristic of immigrant than indigenous populations. In rural regions, migrations within uluses are more prevalent. The gametic structure of the youngest age group does not always correspond to the migration activity of previous generations. The migration effectiveness values (the correspondence of migration flows to the gametic structure depending on the geographic origin of the gametes) are different for men and women.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: May 24, 2007
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