5 edition of Population Genetic Molec Evol found in the catalog.
Population Genetic Molec Evol
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Fedorova L, Qiu S, Dutta R, and Fedorov A. Atlas of cryptic genetic relatedness among human genomes Genome Biol Evol , Qiu S and Fedorov A. “Maruyama’s allelic age revised by whole-genome GEMA simulations” Genomics , . The founder stock of a captive breeding program is prone to changes in genetic structure due to inbreeding and genetic drift. Genetic characterization of the founder population using suitable molecular markers may help monitor periodic changes in the genetic structure in future. To develop benchmark information about the genetic structure we analyzed six Cited by: 1.
Abbott, M.R. and D.B. Chelton Advances in passive remote sensing of the ocean. U.S. National Report of the International Union of Geologists and . Early evolutionary thinkers proposed relatively simple models to describe processes of evolution, and these are the basis of evolutionary models still used today. Recent research has since shown that evolutionary relationships among plants can be complex and difficult to reconstruct even from molecular data. In plants there is a continuum of processes, Cited by: 6.
J. Molec. Evol. Li, W.-H. () Maintenance of genetic variability under the pressure of neutral and deleterious mutations in a finite population. Genetics Li, W.-H. () Variance of genetic distance and correlation of heterozygosity between populations under the pressure of stepwise mutation. Theor. Pop. Non-invasive genetic analysis using new, high-precision molecular tools has been an extremely important recent development in primatology, with the promise of pioneering studies in the early–mid s (see, for example, Morin et al., ) now being realized at the level of large-scale population studies over broad spatial scales (see, for Cited by: 8.
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Population structure, population differentiation and genetic distance. We obtained consistent results across the five independent runs for each k value (k = 1–5). The mean estimated log-likelihood value was found to be the highest for k = 2 (Fig.
(Fig.1a). 1 a).Cited by: 1. Mol. Biol. Evol. Suzuki, Y. and M. Nei () Simulation study of the reliability and robustness of the statistical methods for detecting positive selection at single amino acid sites. Mol. Biol.
Evol. Science 08 Dec Vol.Issuepp. DOI: /hor: Kelley Harris. Wenink PW, Baker AJ & Tilanus MGJ Mitochondrial control-region sequences in two shorebird species, the Turnstone and the Dunlin, and their utility in population genetic studies.
Molec Biol Evol The utility of chloroplast, mitochondrial, and nuclear DNA polymorphisms is expected to be greatest when less expensive genetic markers are unavailable, insufficiently numerous, or ineffectively polymorphic.
For example, DNA fingerprinting may permit the unambiguous elucidation of genetic relationships within and among populations of woody by: 11 Methods for population genetic analysis of zooplankton A. Bucklin BACKGROUND For a population geneticist, the amount of genetic diversity and the degree of population genetic structuring (i.e.
division into genetically distinct sub-populations) are Cited by: References: Albrecht, E. et al. Genetic diversity and population structure of Capsicum baccatum genetic resources. Genet.
Resources Crop Evol. Note: for understanding the domestication of Capsicum baccatum this study included five samples of C. chinense since they grow in sympatry in part of their geographical ranges Aldén, B., S.
Ryman, & M. Hjertson. Evaluating Human Genetic Diversity discusses the potential uses of such collection, such as providing insight into human evolution and origins and serving as a springboard for important medical research.
It also addresses issues of confidentiality and individual privacy for participants in genetic diversity research studies. A set of electrophoretic markers for stain typing and population genetic studies of HISTOPLASMA CAPSULATUM.
Electrophoresis; Progress 01/01/96 to 12/30/96 Outputs We use variation in nucleic acid sequence to study fungal evolution.
The first papers from our population genetic work appeared this year, along with the usual phylogenetic ones. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, AND ECOLOGY ELSEVIER () Population genetics of marine species: the interaction of natural selection and historically differentiated populations Thomas J.
Hilbish Department of Biological Sciences and Belle W. Baruch Institute, University of South Carolina, Cited by: Ellstrand NC, Elam DR () Population genetic consequences of small population size: implications for plant conservation.
Annual Rev Ecol Syst doi/annurev. es We compared genetic variation of sexualAmelanchier bartramiana and facultatively agamospermous (asexually seed-producing)A.
laevis at one site where the two species are sympatric. We analyzed 77 random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers in 29A. bartramiana individuals and 76 RAPD markers in 31A.
laevis individuals. The two species Cited by: Four years ago we edited a volume of 36 papers entitled Molecular Approaches to Ecology and Evolution (Schierwater et ai., ), in which we attempted to put to gether a diverse array of papers that demonstrated the impact that the technologi cal revolution ofmolecular biology has had on the field ofevolutionary biologyand ecology.
The present volume borrows from that. Discovery of a new breeding population of the Vulnerable Swinhoe’s Rail Coturnicops exquisitus confirmed by genetic analysis Article (PDF Available) in. Analysis of molecular variance (AMOVA) The notation now becomes just a little bit more complicated.
We will now use x ik to refer to the frequency of the ith haplotype in the kth population. Then x i = 1 K XK k=1 x ik 1When I introduced nucleotide diversity before, I de ned ij as the number of nucleotides that di er between haplotypes iand Size: KB. Taxonomy and genetic diversity of domesticated Capsicum species in the Andean region.
Genet. Resources Crop Evol. Jägger, M. et al. Guía de oportunidades de mercado para los ajíes nativos de Perú. Bioversity internationl. Bioversity International., The International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, Rome, Italy.
Hybridlab (version ): a program for generating simulated hybrids from population samples. Molec. Ecol. Notes 6: Porta, J., J. Porta, G. Martinez-Rodriguez and M.C. Alvarez (). Genetic structure and genetic relatedness of a hatchery stock of Senegal sole (Solea senegalensis) inferred by microsatellites.
Aquaculture, Bobay L. and H. Ochman () Factors driving effective population size and pan-genome evolution in bacteria. BMC Evol Biol. doi: /s online. Discovery of a new breeding population of the Vulnerable Swinhoe’s Rail Coturnicops exquisitus confirmed by genetic analysis - Volume 29 Issue 3 - WIELAND HEIM, DARONJA TRENSE, AREND HEIM, JOHANNES KAMP, SERGEI M.
SMIRENSKI, MICHAEL WINK, TOM WULFCited by: 2. Philip Hedrick. Population genetics and ecology. Guide to Ecology (). Philip Hedrick, R Fredrickson. Captive breeding and the reintroduction of Mexican and red wolves.
Molec. Ecol () Review of: Theories of population variation in genes and genomes (). Philip Hedrick. Genetic rescue and inbreeding depression in Mexican wolves.
Phenotypic plasticity and genetic diversity have long been proposed to contribute to the invasion success of alien plants, especially clonal invaders, but few studies have tested their relative importance (Barrett, ; Bock et al., ).Cited by: Regarding sample sizes for microsatellite-based population genetic studies, Hale et al.
proved that a sample size of 25–30 individuals per population was enough for accurately estimating the allele frequencies and expected heterozygosity in a population.
Thus, the number of individuals we genotyped from each population (n = 30) and the number Cited by: 1.The study of yeast biodiversity represents an important step in the preservation of the local heritage, and this work in particular has an innovative character since no further studies have investigated ‘Merwah’, one of the main grape varieties used in winemaking in Lebanon.
To gain deeper knowledge of the genetic diversity and population structure of native Saccharomyces Author: Nadine Feghali, Warren Albertin, Edouard Tabet, Ziad Rizk, Angela Bianco, Giacomo Zara, Isabelle Mas.