Genomic inference accurately predicts the timing and severity of a recent bottleneck in a nonmodel insect population.

@article{McCoy2014GenomicIA,
  title={Genomic inference accurately predicts the timing and severity of a recent bottleneck in a nonmodel insect population.},
  author={Rajiv C McCoy and Nandita R. Garud and Joanna L Kelley and Carol L. Boggs and Dmitri A. Petrov},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2014},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={136-50}
}
The analysis of molecular data from natural populations has allowed researchers to answer diverse ecological questions that were previously intractable. In particular, ecologists are often interested in the demographic history of populations, information that is rarely available from historical records. Methods have been developed to infer demographic parameters from genomic data, but it is not well understood how inferred parameters compare to true population history or depend on aspects of… CONTINUE READING
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