Genetics of natural selection: principles
I'll say a little more about STRUCTURE to start, and I'll give a very brief overview of DAPC, but we won't spend more than another 30 minutes on population structure.
We'll devote most of today's class meeting to the genetics of natural selection, which is a very appropriate topic given that today is Darwin's Birthday. As usual, we'll illustrate the principles using one locus and two alleles. We'll also discuss only one form of natural selection, viability selection, but I'll describe what some of the other forms of natural selection are.Viability selection at one locus with two alleles
Online notesGenetics of natural selection: principles
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