Serbia ǀ South Slavic ǀ Mediterranean European
Serbians are the largest national group in the former Yugoslavia (now known as Serbia), centered on the capital Belgrade. They are a South Slavic people. Landlocked Serbia is bordered by Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Romania.
There are two data sets that have been incorporated into DNA Consultants’ method.
For more details on the Romanian population, see:
Everyculture – Serbia and Montenegro;
Nationmaster – Serbia and Montenegro
Photo: Dragan Bjelogrlić, Serbian actor, director, and producer. Photo by Medija centar Beograd.
Source publication: Serbian Population Data (population 192 & 449) at the Allele frequencies of the fifteen STR loci in the population of Vojvodina Province, Serbia and Montenegro, Int J Legal Med, 2004, p184-186. Serbian Population Data (population 220) at the CODIS Core STR Loci, JFS, 2007, p1426-1427.
[Population 192, 220, 449]