Success probability for selectively neutral invading species in the line model with a random fitness landscape

@article{FarhangSardroodi2020SuccessPF,
  title={Success probability for selectively neutral invading species in the line model with a random fitness landscape},
  author={S. Farhang-Sardroodi and N. Komarova and Marcus Michelen and R. Pemantle},
  journal={arXiv: Probability},
  year={2020}
}
We consider a spatial (line) model for invasion of a population by a single mutant with a stochastically selectively neutral fitness landscape, independent from the fitness landscape for non-mutants. This model is similar to those considered in Farhang-Sardroodi et al. [PLOS Comput. Biol., 13(11), 2017; J. R. Soc. Interface, 16(157), 2019]. We show that the probability of mutant fixation in a population of size $N$ is greater than $1/N$, which would be the case if there were no variation in… Expand

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