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Fig 1.

Shared Greek Cypriot (a) and Turkish Cypriot (b) haplotypes in Southeast Europe, the Near East and North Africa. The bar charts represent the frequency of individuals sharing haplotypes as a proportion (%) of the total haplotypes in populations surrounding Cyprus. Population codes as in S5 Table.

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Table 1.

Number and percentage of individuals from Southeast Europe, the Near East and North Africa that share haplotypesa with Cypriots.

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Table 2.

Pairwise genetic distance (Rst) between Cypriots and populations from Southeast Europe, the Near East and North Africa.

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Fig 2.

Median-joining networks for haplogroups (a) J2a, (b) J1, (c) E-M78, (d) E-M123, (e) G2a, and (f) R1b. Median Joining Network based on 17 Y-STR loci. For each network, blue colour indicates GCy haplotypes and red colour TCy haplotypes. Circles are sized according to the number of individuals sharing the haplotype, with the smallest circles representing one individual. The lengths of the connecting lines are proportional to the number of mutational steps separating two haplotypes. Haplotypes shared with surrounding populations are labelled with the corresponding country where the exact 17/17 haplotype match is found (GRE: Greece, TUR: Turkey, LEB: Lebanon, EGY: Egypt, LIB: Libya, TUN: Tunisia, ALB: Albania, CRO: Croatia)

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Fig 3.

Y-haplogroup frequencies among Greek Cypriots, Turkish Cypriots, Greeks and Turks.

Population codes as in S5 Table.

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Fig 4.

PCA plots based on Y-haplogroup frequencies showing relative genetic distances between Cypriots and surrounding populations.

PCA plots based on Y-Haplogroup frequencies showing relative genetic distances between Cypriots, Greeks, Turks and other populations and sub-populations from the Central and Eastern Mediterranean and Near East regions (a), and after predicting the pre-Ottoman Y-haplogroup distribution of Cypriots, assuming no possible proto-Turkic admixture into Cyprus (b). Population codes as in S5 Table.

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