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Astrology is a complex symbolical system and redheads are much too complicated to be captured by a single astrological signature or indicator.
Not all redheads have Mars rising in their birth maps, and not everyone born with this planetary picture is a redhead.
The researchers were surprised to find that many of these 200 genetic differences were associated with hair texture rather than pigmentation.
Others are involved in determining how the hair grows -- whether curly or straight, for example.
This sensitivity to physical pain can affect temperament and could possibly tip over into volatility, they suggest. But astrologers make an impressive case linking redheads with the fourth planet from the Sun.
If the traits described for Mars are accurate, the planet must necessarily occupy a prominent position in the redhead’s birth chart. Hill and Jacalyn Thompson published the results of a statistical study simply titled .
O’Hara’s full head of vibrantly menacing red hair wasn’t much of an asset in the many black and white films she made early in her career.
It had been thought that red hair is controlled by a single gene, called MC1R.Now researchers at the University of Edinburgh have looked at DNA from almost 350,000 people who had taken part in the UK Biobank study.The study focused on people of European descent because they have greater variation in hair colour.The study, published in , was funded by the Medical Research Council and the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council.Professor Ian Jackson, of the Medical Research Council Human Genetics Unit at the University of Edinburgh, said: "We were able to use the power of UK Biobank, a huge and unique genetic study of half a million people in Britain, which allowed us to find these effects." Professor Albert Tenesa, of the University of Edinburgh's Roslin Institute, said: "We are very pleased that this work has unravelled most of the genetic variation contributing to differences in hair colour among people." Melanie Welham, Executive Chair of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, said: "Once again collaborative research is helping to provide answers to some of life's important questions.
A study has identified a genetic rearrangement of red ...