Inbreeding in populations with overlapping generations.

Abstract

An inbreeding matrix is defined for populations with overlapping generations. In the short term it can be expressed in terms of a matrix specifying the passage of genes between the different age groups (and sexes) and a diagonal matrix whose elements depend on the number of individuals in each age group. Formulae for the inbreeding effective number are… (More)

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@article{Johnson1977InbreedingIP, title={Inbreeding in populations with overlapping generations.}, author={Duane L. Johnson}, journal={Genetics}, year={1977}, volume={87 3}, pages={581-91} }