Date
Description
31AugustCourse overview; Genetic transmission in populations
02SeptemberThe Hardy-Weinberg principle and estimating allele frequencies
07SeptemberInbreeding and self-fertilization
09SeptemberAnalyzing the genetic structure of populations: the Wahlund effect and F-statistics
14SeptemberAnalyzing the genetic structure of populations: Bayesian F-statistics
16SeptemberAnalyzing the genetic structure of populations: individual assignment
21SeptemberGenetics of natural selection: principles
23SeptemberGenetics of natural selection: estimating viabilities
28SeptemberGenetic drift: introduction
30SeptemberGenetic drift: effective population size
05OctoberGenetic drift: mutation and migration
07OctoberGenetic drift and natural selection
12OctoberGenetic drift: the coalescent
14OctoberGenetic drift: the coalescent
19OctoberMolecular evolution: history and principles
21OctoberMolecular evolution: patterns of nucleotide and amino acid substitution
26OctoberMolecular evolution: detecting selection on nucleotide sequences
28OctoberAnalysis of Molecular Variance (AMOVA)
02NovemberStatistical phylogeography: Migrate, IMa, and ABC
04NovemberStatistical phylogeography: Admixture graphs, and sparg
09NovemberPopulation genomics
11NovemberQuantitative genetics: Introduction
16NovemberQuantitative genetics: partitioning genetic variation
18NovemberQuantitative genetics: resemblance among relatives
23November
Thanksgiving Break
25November
Thanksgiving Break
30NovemberQuantitative genetics: evolution of quantitative traits
02DecemberQuantitative genetics: principles and applications of association mapping
07DecemberQuantitative genetics: genomic prediction
09DecemberQuantitative genetics: genomic prediction