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Decoupling of differentiation between traits and their underlying genes in response to divergent selection

Heredity

Sep 15, 2011

A Kremer, Valérie Le Corre

Abstract

We dissected the relationship between genetic differentiation (Q(ST)) for a trait and its underlying genes (G(STq), differentiation for a quantitative locus) in an evolutionary context, with the aim of identifying the conditions in which these two measurements are decoupled. We used two...read more

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Genetic Drift
In Silico
Genetics, Population
Cell Differentiation Process
Genetic Equilibrium
Locus
Alleles
Selection, Genetic
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Gene Flow
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Decoupling of differentiation between traits and their underlying genes in response to divergent selection

Heredity

Sep 15, 2011

A Kremer, Valérie Le Corre

PMID: 21915150

DOI: 10.1038/hdy.2011.81

Abstract

We dissected the relationship between genetic differentiation (Q(ST)) for a trait and its underlying genes (G(STq), differentiation for a quantitative locus) in an evolutionary context, with the aim of identifying the conditions in which these two measurements are decoupled. We used two...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Genetic Drift
In Silico
Genetics, Population
Cell Differentiation Process
Genetic Equilibrium
Locus
Alleles
Selection, Genetic
EAF2 gene
Gene Flow
1
113

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COVID-19

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  • Citations28
123
  • References25
  • Citations28
123

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