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GENECLASS2: a software for genetic assignment and first-generation migrant detection.
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GENECLASS2 is a software that computes various genetic assignment criteria to assign or exclude reference populations as the origin of diploid or haploid individuals, as well as of groups of individuals, on the basis of multilocus genotype data, for the specific task of first-generation migrant detection.
BOTTLENECK : A Computer Program for Detecting Recent Reductions in the Effective Population Size Using Allele Frequency Data
BOTTLENECK (current version 1.2) is a population genetics computer program that conducts four tests for identifying populations that have recently experienced a severe reduction in effective
New methods employing multilocus genotypes to select or exclude populations as origins of individuals.
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It becomes possible to exclude a population as the origin of an individual, a useful extension of the currently available assignment methods, after the distribution of the assignment criterion was used to define the probability that an individual belongs to the population.
Computer Note GENECLASS 2 : A Software for Genetic Assignment and First-Generation Migrant Detection
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GENECLASS2 is a software that computes various genetic assignment criteria to assign or exclude reference populations as the origin of diploid or haploid individuals, as well as of groups of individuals, on the basis of multilocus genotype data, for the specific task of first-generation migrant detection.
Do outbreaks affect genetic population structure? A worldwide survey in Locusta migratoria, a pest plagued by microsatellite null alleles
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Assessment of the influence of the propensity to outbreak in shaping worldwide genetic variation in Locusta migratoria, a cosmopolitan pest well known for its expression of density‐dependent phase polyphenism, provides a template for the analysis of microsatellite data sets characterized by a high prevalence of null alleles.
Rise of oceanographic barriers in continuous populations of a cetacean: the genetic structure of harbour porpoises in Old World waters
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This work applies a combination of recent individual-based landscape genetic approaches to investigate the population genetic structure of a highly mobile extensive range cetacean, the harbour porpoise in the eastern North Atlantic, with regards to oceanographic characteristics that could constrain its dispersal.
Phylogeography of the Guinea multimammate mouse (Mastomys erythroleucus): a case study for Sahelian species in West Africa
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The phylogeographical structure of the Guinea multimammate mouse, Mastomys erythroleucus, a widespread murid rodent in sub‐Saharan (Sahel and Sudan) savannas, is investigated for a better understanding of the impacts of geographical and historical factors on the evolutionary history of this species.
Analytical bayesian approach for assigning individuals to populations.
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A general formulation of the Bayesian method for assigning individuals to a population among a predetermined set of reference populations using molecular marker information that allows us to consider different types of prior information about allele frequencies by using a Dirichlet prior probability distribution.
Mapping Averaged Pairwise Information (MAPI): a new exploratory tool to uncover spatial structure
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It is shown that MAPI is relatively insensitive to confounding effects resulting from isolation by distance, efficient in detecting barriers when they are not too permeable to gene flow and useful to explore relationships between spatial genetic patterns and landscape features.
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