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A test of neutrality based on interlocus associations.
  • J. Kelly
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Genetics
  • 1 July 1997
The evolutionary processes governing variability within genomic regions of low recombination have been the focus of many studies. Here, I investigate the statistical properties of a measure ofExpand
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Plant mating systems in a changing world.
There is increasing evidence that human disturbance can negatively impact plant-pollinator interactions such as outcross pollination. We present a meta-analysis of 22 studies involving 27 plantExpand
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The Statistics of Bulk Segregant Analysis Using Next Generation Sequencing
We describe a statistical framework for QTL mapping using bulk segregant analysis (BSA) based on high throughput, short-read sequencing. Our proposed approach is based on a smoothed version of theExpand
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Direct estimation of the mutation rate at dinucleotide microsatellite loci in Arabidopsis thaliana (Brassicaceae)
The mutation rate at 54 perfect (uninterrupted) dinucleotide microsatellite loci is estimated by direct genotyping of 96 Arabidopsis thaliana mutation accumulation lines. The estimated rate differsExpand
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Differential regulation of a MYB transcription factor is correlated with transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of trichome density in Mimulus guttatus.
• Epigenetic inheritance, transgenerational transmission of traits not proximally determined by DNA sequence, has been linked to transmission of chromatin modifications and gene regulation, which areExpand
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Evolutionary and functional insights into the mechanism underlying high-altitude adaptation of deer mouse hemoglobin
Adaptive modifications of heteromeric proteins may involve genetically based changes in single subunit polypeptides or parallel changes in multiple genes that encode distinct, interacting subunits.Expand
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Speciation by reinforcement: a model derived from studies of Drosophila.
Reinforcement is an increase in premating reproductive isolation between taxa resulting from selection against hybrids. We present a model of reinforcement with a novel type of selection on femaleExpand
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Genotype × environment interaction for male attractiveness in an acoustic moth: evidence for plasticity and canalization
The lek paradox arises when choosy females deplete the genetic variance for male display traits from a population, yet substantial additive genetic variation (VA) in male traits persists. Thus, theExpand
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Population structure and local selection yield high genomic variation in Mimulus guttatus
Across western North America, Mimulus guttatus exists as many local populations adapted to site‐specific environmental challenges. Gene flow between locally adapted populations will affect geneticExpand
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Mutation-selection balance in mixed mating populations.
  • J. Kelly
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Journal of theoretical biology
  • 21 May 2007
An approximation to the average number of deleterious mutations per gamete, Q, is derived from a model allowing selection on both zygotes and male gametes. Progeny are produced by either outcrossingExpand
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