Combination of Genetic and Humanitarian (Cross-Cultural) Methods for the Identification of Human Genes Involved in the Process of Adaptation to Evolutionary New Environmental Factors

Russian Journal of Genetics Vol/Iss. 51(4) Pleiades Publishing. Published In Pages: 397-407
By Borinskaya, S. A., Yankovsky, N. K.


There is no correlation between the frequency of the LCT*-13910T allele and populations for which cattle breeding is common (401).


While the researcher's hypothesis was that there was no positive relationship between the two, they still tested for a positive correlation. A final p value of 0.764 supported the original hypothesis.


Test NameSupportSignificanceCoefficientTail
Spearman Rho TestSupportedp = 0.764UNKNOWNUNKNOWN


Variable NameVariable Type OCM Term(s)
Cattle breedingIndependentPastoral Activities
Lactase gene (LCT*-13910T allele) frequencyDependentGenetics, Physiological Data