Beyond FST: Analysis of population genetic data for conservation

@article{Pearse2003BeyondFA,
  title={Beyond FST: Analysis of population genetic data for conservation},
  author={D. Pearse and K. Crandall},
  journal={Conservation Genetics},
  year={2003},
  volume={5},
  pages={585-602}
}
  • D. Pearse, K. Crandall
  • Published 2003
  • Biology
  • Conservation Genetics
  • Both the ability to generate DNA data and the variety of analytical methods for conservation genetics are expanding at an ever-increasing pace. Analytical approaches are now possible that were unthinkable even five years ago due to limitations in computational power or the availability of DNA data, and this has vastly expanded the accuracy and types of information that may be gained from population genetic data. Here we provide a guide to recently developed methods for population genetic… CONTINUE READING
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