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BOTTLENECK: A Computer Program for Detecting Recent Reductions in the Effective Population Size Using Allele Frequency Data

@inproceedings{Piry2017BOTTLENECKAC,
  title={BOTTLENECK: A Computer Program for Detecting Recent Reductions in the Effective Population Size Using Allele Frequency Data},
  author={S. Piry and G. Luikart and J. Cornuet},
  year={2017}
}
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 population size (Ne). ‘‘Recently’’ is defined as within approximately the past 2Ne–4Ne generations, depending on several factors such as the severity of the bottleneck and the mutation rate of the loci being studied (Cornuet and Luikart 1996). The program runs on Windows 95y. It requires allele frequency… Expand
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