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genepop’007: a complete re‐implementation of the genepop software for Windows and Linux
  • F. Rousset
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Molecular ecology resources
  • 1 January 2008
This note summarizes developments of the genepop software since its first description in 1995, and in particular those new to version 4.0: an extended input format, several estimators ofExpand
  • M. Raymond, F. Rousset
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 December 1995
Genetic differentiation and estimation of gene flow from F-statistics under isolation by distance.
A method of data analysis involving the regression of FST/(1-FST) estimates for pairs of subpopulations on geographic distance for populations along linear habitats or logarithm ofdistance for populations in two-dimensional habitats is proposed. Expand
Phylogeny and PCR–based classification of Wolbachia strains using wsp gene sequences
A method based on the use of group–specificwsp PCR primers which will allow Wolbachia isolates to be typed without the need to clone and sequence individualWolbachia genes is presented, which should facilitate future studies investigating the distribution and biology of these bacteria. Expand
Equilibrium values of measures of population subdivision for stepwise mutation processes.
Expected values of WRIGHT's F-statistics are functions of probabilities of identity in state. These values may be quite different under an infinite allele model and under stepwise mutation processesExpand
Comparative analysis of microsatellite and allozyme markers: a case study investigating microgeographic differentiation in brown trout (Salmo trutta)
A comparative study between microsatellite and allozyme markers was conducted on natural populations of resident brown trout sampled over a reduced geographical scale and on hatchery strains, indicating that isolation-by-distance acted significantly on brown trout populations. Expand
Wolbachia endosymbionts responsible for various alterations of sexuality in arthropods
Three molecular lineages can be identified on the basis of 16S as well as 23S sequences, and Wolbachia spread by horizontal transfer across host lineages as evidenced by their diversification which occurred long after that of their hosts, and by the non-congruence of the phylogenetic relationships of symbionts and their hosts. Expand
Analysis of population structure in autotetraploid species.
In contrast to diploids, the correlation of genes between individuals within populations with respect to genes between populations (FST) may vary among loci due to the particular segregation patterns expected under tetrasomic inheritance and is consequently inappropriate for estimating demographic parameters in such populations. Expand