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Long-term balancing selection drives evolution of immunity genes in Capsella

bioRxiv

Nov 26, 2018

Daniel KoenigDetlef Weigel

Abstract

Genetic drift is expected to remove polymorphism from populations over long periods of time, with the rate of polymorphism loss being accelerated when species experience strong reductions in population size. Adaptive forces that maintain genetic variation in populations, or balancing se...read more

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Genetic Drift
Gene Polymorphism
Immune System
Size
Genome
Genes
Capsella Preparation
Equilibrium
Capsella
Genomics
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Long-term balancing selection drives evolution of immunity genes in Capsella

bioRxiv

Nov 26, 2018

Daniel KoenigDetlef Weigel

DOI: 10.1101/477612

Abstract

Genetic drift is expected to remove polymorphism from populations over long periods of time, with the rate of polymorphism loss being accelerated when species experience strong reductions in population size. Adaptive forces that maintain genetic variation in populations, or balancing se...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Genetic Drift
Gene Polymorphism
Immune System
Size
Genome
Genes
Capsella Preparation
Equilibrium
Capsella
Genomics
49
28

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