If I'm a man with one sub-Saharan African (sSA) ancestor from 500 years ago, and it's my mother's mother's mother.... etc., my mitochondrial DNA will tell me that. But if every other ancestor was European (including my paternal ancestry) my Y chromosome and autosomals will tell me that.

But will my remote, fractional sSA ancestry show up on my autosomal karyotype? In other words, what really does my current autosomal karyotype reflect?

(In case you're wondering, this is a made-up scenario.)