Gene genealogy in three related populations: consistency probability between gene and population trees.

@article{Takahata1989GeneGI,
  title={Gene genealogy in three related populations: consistency probability between gene and population trees.},
  author={Naoyuki Takahata},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={1989},
  volume={122 4},
  pages={957-66}
}
A genealogical relationship among genes at a locus (gene tree) sampled from three related populations was examined with special reference to population relatedness (population tree). A phylogenetically informative event in a gene tree constructed from nucleotide differences consists of interspecific coalescences of genes in each of which two genes sampled from different populations are descended from a common ancestor. The consistency probability between gene and population trees in which they… CONTINUE READING
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