Directional genetic differentiation and relative migration

  title={Directional genetic differentiation and relative migration},
  author={Lisa Sundqvist and Kevin Keenan and Martin Zackrisson and Paulo A. Prod{\"o}hl and David Kleinhans},
  booktitle={Ecology and evolution},
Understanding the population structure and patterns of gene flow within species is of fundamental importance to the study of evolution. In the fields of population and evolutionary genetics, measures of genetic differentiation are commonly used to gather this information. One potential caveat is that these measures assume gene flow to be symmetric. However, asymmetric gene flow is common in nature, especially in systems driven by physical processes such as wind or water currents. As information… CONTINUE READING
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