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File:CousinTree kinship.svg


English: A chart illustrating the different types of cousins, including genetic kinship marked within boxes in red which shows the actual genetic degree of relationship (gene share) with 'self' in percentage (%).
Date 9 August 2010
Source File:CousinTree.svg, with kinship values from File:Cousin_tree_(with_genetic_kinship).png
Author Gringer ( talk)
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