The Structure of Molecules. Transl W Deans by P [Ed] Debye

By P [Ed] Debye

For the fourth time it used to be stumbled on possible,thanks to help from the Ministry of schooling of Saxony, to carry a small and intimate convention in Leipzig on a really good topic. due to the kindness of the academics and the company of the publishing enterprise of S.Hirzel,the lawsuits of the convention have back been made on hand to a much wider public in booklet shape. The papers in this social gathering handled difficulties of molecular structure.The normal objective and consequently the contents of this publication could be top summarized by way of a quick account of the programme which made up our minds the alternative of the papers.

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1997). Using methods developed by Mark Thomas, the geneticists expanded their study to type 12 markers, 6 microsatellites and 6 slow-mutating biallelic markers, that is, combined stable markers with a more rapidly changing set, which allowed them to define a hierarchical classification. The study, which looked at the DNA of 306 Jewish priests, Levites and lay Jews from Canada, Israel and the UK, showed that the Cohanim had a high level of homogeneity – a considerable number of their Y chromosomes were identical in all 12 markers: 45 per cent of the Ashkenazi Cohanim samples and 56 per cent of the Sephardi Cohanim samples.

Moreover, a cluster of closely related NRY haplotypes was found at much higher frequency among Ashkenazi Levites than among either Sephardi Levites or any other Jewish group. This discovery led scientists to conduct a study which would focus solely on Ashkenazi Levites, as it promised to shed light on the patrilineal descent of the Levites and on the history of origin of Ashkenazi Jews. This is a somewhat controversial issue: some historians and linguists have questioned the Middle Eastern origins of this population and have argued that they were originally, at least in large part, converts.

Jewish attitudes to people of colour and both Gentiles’ and Jews’ constructions of Jewish colour may well have some relevance for any discussion of Jewish and other attitudes towards black Jews. By and large, the attitude of the Bible, the primary Jewish source, is not particularly negative with respect to black people. The term for a black in Hebrew is cushi which in fact designates not skin colour but rather ethnicity and place of origin. The Cushiim were the descendants of Cush, son of Ham, son of Noah, and Cush becomes the Hebrew term first for Nubia and then for Africa in general.

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