INBREEDING INFLUENCES WITHIN‐BROOD HETEROZYGOSITY‐FITNESS CORRELATIONS (HFCS) IN AN ISOLATED PASSERINE POPULATION

@article{Townsend2013INBREEDINGIW,
  title={INBREEDING INFLUENCES WITHIN‐BROOD HETEROZYGOSITY‐FITNESS CORRELATIONS (HFCS) IN AN ISOLATED PASSERINE POPULATION},
  author={S. M. Townsend and I. Jamieson},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={2013},
  volume={67}
}
Molecular estimates of inbreeding may be made using genetic markers such as microsatellites, however the interpretation of resulting heterozygosity‐fitness correlations (HFCs) with respect to inbreeding depression is not straightforward. We investigated the relationship between pedigree‐determined inbreeding coefficients (f) and HFCs in a closely monitored, reintroduced population of Stewart Island robins (Petroica australis rakiura) on Ulva Island, New Zealand. Using a full sibling design, we… Expand
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