Mike Macpherson

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Physiological causes of genetic differences in cannibalism were examined to gain a better understanding of constraints on behavior evolution. Cannibalism has complex population level consequences in Tribolium confusum, including dramatic effects on population size. Laboratory strains with low and high cannibalism rates, obtained through inbreeding, have(More)
We wish to estimate the incidence for a given trait based on an individual's genotype at one or more SNPs associated with the trait and any available phenotypic data for that individual. Here we describe the methods used to estimate these incidences, first for the case of a single SNP, then for the case of multiple SNPs.
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