Diversity and Differentiation at the Allelic Level

@inproceedings{Karp1998DiversityAD,
  title={Diversity and Differentiation at the Allelic Level},
  author={A. Karp and P. Isaac and D. Ingram},
  year={1998}
}
  • A. Karp, P. Isaac, D. Ingram
  • Published 1998
  • Biology
  • For most population surveys, genetic deversity has been analysed at the allelic level based on allzymes or DNA fragments. Reviews on the methods employed (11, 16) and on experimental results (in animals (17); in plants (18)) were published earlier. A number of measures of polymorphism have been proposed. Diversity measures (H) have been a great success because of (1) their relative insensitivity to sample sizes, facilitating comparative analyses among studies, (2) their direct genetic meaning… CONTINUE READING

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