Gene flow dynamics in Baboons - The influence of social systems

@inproceedings{Kopp2015GeneFD,
  title={Gene flow dynamics in Baboons - The influence of social systems},
  author={Gisela H Kopp},
  year={2015}
}
The relationship between genes and behaviour has been of longstanding interest to evolutionary biologists. Certain behaviours can shape the genetic structure of natural populations, thereby altering their genetic diversity and influencing their evolutionary fate. Dispersal is the behaviour that mediates gene flow, the extent of which determines population genetic structure. Because both historic and contemporary gene flow are considered to have greatly impacted their evolutionary history… CONTINUE READING

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