Estimation, variance and optimal sampling of gene diversity

@article{Pons1995EstimationVA,
  title={Estimation, variance and optimal sampling of gene diversity},
  author={Odile Pons and R{\'e}my J. Petit},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={1995},
  volume={90},
  pages={462-470}
}
An extension of Nei's analysis of diversity in a subdivided population is proposed for a haploid locus. The differentiation G STbecomes a natural extension of Wright's F STand generalizes Weir and Cockerham's parameter of co-ancestry by relaxing the assumption of identical correlation for all the alleles. Inter- and intrapopulation variances of the estimated diversities and differentiation are derived. Finally, the optimal sampling strategy for measuring G STwhen a fixed number of individuals… CONTINUE READING
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