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Intermediate Migration Yields Optimal Adaptation in Structured, Asexual Populations

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Apr 4, 2014

Arthur Covert III, Claus O Wilke

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Most evolving populations are subdivided into multiple subpopulations connected to each other by varying levels of gene flow. However, how population structure and gene flow (i.e., migration) affect adaptive evolution is not well understood. Here, we studied the impact of migration on a...read more

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Computer Software
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Clone
Adaptation
Structure
Asexual
Migration, Cell
Genotype Determination
Mutation Abnormality
Population Group
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Intermediate Migration Yields Optimal Adaptation in Structured, Asexual Populations

bioRxiv

Apr 4, 2014

Arthur Covert III, Claus O Wilke

PMID: 990003897

DOI: 10.1101/003897

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Most evolving populations are subdivided into multiple subpopulations connected to each other by varying levels of gene flow. However, how population structure and gene flow (i.e., migration) affect adaptive evolution is not well understood. Here, we studied the impact of migration on a...read more

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