Phylogeography. John Brookfield Ecology Club 11 th February 2010. Circular DNAs derived from bacterial symbionts 16kb, 37 genes (in humans) Rapid evolutionary rates in warm blooded vertebrates (particularly in “D loop”) Maternally transmitted and non-recombining. Mitochondrial DNAs.
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11th February 2010
Circular DNAs derived from bacterial symbionts
16kb, 37 genes (in humans)
Rapid evolutionary rates in warm blooded vertebrates (particularly in “D loop”)
Maternally transmitted and non-recombining
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Inbreeding (specified by F ), when homozygotes exceed p2 +q2
FST = (0.8-0.2)2/(4x0.5x0.5)=0.36
How many heterozygotes expected (Hardy-Weinberg)=2p(1-p)=0.50
How many seen=
FST = (0.9-0.1)2/(4x0.5x0.5)=0.64
FST = (1.0-0.0)2/(4x0.5x0.5)=1.00
FST = (0.6-0.4)2/(4x0.5x0.5)=0.04
Linkage Disequilibrium: Association of A and B and association of a and b
Samples individuals and genotypes at many loci
Creates subpopulations where there are Hardy-Weinberg proportions and linkage equilibrium within subpopulations
Assigns individuals to subpopulations
G. Guillot, Estoup, A., Mortier, F. Cosson, J.F. A spatial statistical model for landscape genetics. Genetics, 170, 1261-1280, 2005.
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