A NEW MEASURE OF GENETIC IDENTITY BETWEEN POPULATIONS OF SEXUAL AND ASEXUAL SPECIES

@article{Tomiuk1991ANM,
  title={A NEW MEASURE OF GENETIC IDENTITY BETWEEN POPULATIONS OF SEXUAL AND ASEXUAL SPECIES},
  author={J. Tomiuk and V. Loeschcke},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1991},
  volume={45}
}
We define a new genetic identity measure that is especially well suited for asexual polyploid species as it circumvents errors in the estimation of gene frequencies. It also can be applied to sexuals allowing the study of phylogenetic relationships in species complexes consisting of sexuals and asexuals of different ploidy levels. The measure groups genotypes into classes dependent on homozygosity vs heterozygosity and the number of ancestral allele types vs the number of presumed new mutations… Expand
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