FST in a hierarchical island model.

@article{Slatkin1991FSTIA,
  title={FST in a hierarchical island model.},
  author={Montgomery Slatkin and L Voelm},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={1991},
  volume={127 3},
  pages={
          627-9
        }
}
It is shown that in a hierarchical island model, in which demes within a neighborhood exchange migrants at a much higher rate than do demes in different neighborhoods, hierarchical F statistics introduced by S. Wright can indicate the extent of gene flow within and between neighborhoods. At equilibrium, the within-neighborhood inbreeding coefficient, FSN, is approximately 1/(1 + 4Nm1) where N is the deme size and m1 is the migration rate among demes in the same neighborhood. The between… CONTINUE READING

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