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Visualizing spatial population structure with estimated effective migration surfaces

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Nov 26, 2014

Desislava PetkovaMatthew Stephens

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Genetic data often exhibit patterns that are broadly consistent with "isolation by distance" - a phenomenon where genetic similarity tends to decay with geographic distance. In a heterogeneous habitat, decay may occur more quickly in some regions than others: for example, barriers to ge...read more

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Gene Flow
Simulation
Population Group
Genetic Drift
Arabidopsis thaliana <plant>
Structure
Anatomical Space Structure
Migration, Cell
Analysis
Disintegration (Morphologic Abnormality)
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  • Visualizing spatial population structure with estimated effective migration surfaces

    bioRxiv

    Nov 26, 2014

    Desislava PetkovaMatthew Stephens

    PMID: 990011809

    DOI: 10.1101/011809

    Abstract

    Genetic data often exhibit patterns that are broadly consistent with "isolation by distance" - a phenomenon where genetic similarity tends to decay with geographic distance. In a heterogeneous habitat, decay may occur more quickly in some regions than others: for example, barriers to ge...read more

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    Gene Flow
    Simulation
    Population Group
    Genetic Drift
    Arabidopsis thaliana <plant>
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    7
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