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A Spatial Framework for Understanding Population Structure and Admixture.

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Jan 7, 2015

Gideon S BradburdGraham M Coop

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Geographic patterns of genetic variation within modern populations, produced by complex histories of migration, can be difficult to infer and visually summarize. A general consequence of geographically limited dispersal is that samples from nearby locations tend to be more closely relat...read more

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Gene Flow
Gene Polymorphism
Species
Proximal
Genetic Polymorphism
Population Group
Genome
Distant
Structure
Migration, Cell
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  • A Spatial Framework for Understanding Population Structure and Admixture.

    bioRxiv

    Jan 7, 2015

    Gideon S BradburdGraham M Coop

    PMID: 990013474

    DOI: 10.1101/013474

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    Geographic patterns of genetic variation within modern populations, produced by complex histories of migration, can be difficult to infer and visually summarize. A general consequence of geographically limited dispersal is that samples from nearby locations tend to be more closely relat...read more

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    Gene Flow
    Gene Polymorphism
    Species
    Proximal
    Genetic Polymorphism
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    31
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