Detecting independence in viability selection on two traits

@article{Gregorius1995DetectingII,
  title={Detecting independence in viability selection on two traits},
  author={Hans-Rolf Gregorius and Martin Ziehe},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={1995},
  volume={74},
  pages={70-79}
}
Any study of interdependence of viability selection on multiple traits (or gene loci) decisively rests on the applied measure of viability selection. An appropriate measure is obtained by normalizing the survival probabilities by their maximum. A necessary and sufficient characterization of independent operation of viability selection on two traits is given. The characterization comprises both simultaneous and successive selection, and it takes account of the bias introduced by stochastic… CONTINUE READING

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