Population genetic diversity and fitness in multiple environments

@inproceedings{Markert2009PopulationGD,
  title={Population genetic diversity and fitness in multiple environments},
  author={Jeffrey A. Markert and Denise M. Champlin and Ruth E. Gutjahr-Gobell and Jason S. Grear and Anne Kuhn and Thomas Mcgreevy and Annette Curtius geb. Roth and Mark J. O. Bagley and Diane Nacci},
  booktitle={BMC Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2009}
}
When a large number of alleles are lost from a population, increases in individual homozygosity may reduce individual fitness through inbreeding depression. Modest losses of allelic diversity may also negatively impact long-term population viability by reducing the capacity of populations to adapt to altered environments. However, it is not clear how much genetic diversity within populations may be lost before populations are put at significant risk. Development of tools to evaluate this… CONTINUE READING
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