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spagedi: a versatile computer program to analyse spatial genetic structure at the individual or population levels
spag e d i version 1.0 is a software primarily designed to characterize the spatial genetic structure of mapped individuals or populations using genotype data of codominant markers. It computesExpand
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New insights from fine‐scale spatial genetic structure analyses in plant populations
Many empirical studies have assessed fine‐scale spatial genetic structure (SGS), i.e. the nonrandom spatial distribution of genotypes, within plant populations using genetic markers and spatialExpand
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Microsatellite allele sizes: a simple test to assess their significance on genetic differentiation.
The mutation process at microsatellite loci typically occurs at high rates and with stepwise changes in allele sizes, features that may introduce bias when using classical measures of populationExpand
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Estimation of pairwise relatedness between individuals and characterization of isolation‐by‐distance processes using dominant genetic markers
  • O. Hardy
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Molecular ecology
  • 1 June 2003
A new estimator of the pairwise relatedness coefficient between individuals adapted to dominant genetic markers is developed. This estimator does not assume genotypes to be in Hardy–WeinbergExpand
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Testing the spatial phylogenetic structure of local communities: statistical performances of different null models and test statistics on a locally neutral community
1. Analyzing the phylogenetic structure of natural communities may illuminate the processes governing the assembly and coexistence of species. For instance, an association between speciesExpand
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Spatial Scales of Pollen and Seed-Mediated Gene Flow in Tropical Rain Forest Trees
Gene flow via seed and pollen is a primary determinant of genetic and species diversity in plant communities at different spatial scales. This paper reviews studies of gene flow and populationExpand
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Fine‐scale genetic structure and gene dispersal inferences in 10 Neotropical tree species
The extent of gene dispersal is a fundamental factor of the population and evolutionary dynamics of tropical tree species, but directly monitoring seed and pollen movement is a difficult task.Expand
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Isolation by distance in a continuous population: reconciliation between spatial autocorrelation analysis and population genetics models
Analysis of the spatial genetic structure within continuous populations in their natural habitat can reveal acting evolutionary processes. Spatial autocorrelation statistics are often used for thisExpand
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Abstract To determine extant patterns of population genetic structure in common ash and gain insight into postglacial recolonization processes, we applied multilocus‐based Bayesian approaches to dataExpand
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Chloroplast DNA variation and postglacial recolonization of common ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) in Europe
We used chloroplast polymerase chain reaction‐restriction‐fragment length polymorphism (PCR‐RFLP) and chloroplast microsatellites to assess the structure of genetic variation and postglacial historyExpand
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