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- Wolfe, Andrea D, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Bioinformatics 2018 v.34 no.3 pp. 407-415
- alleles; allopolyploidy; autopolyploidy; bioinformatics; data collection; diploidy; genomics; genotype; genotyping; high-throughput nucleotide sequencing; hybridization; inbreeding; inheritance (genetics); models; single nucleotide polymorphism
- ... Genotyping and parameter estimation using high throughput sequencing data are everyday tasks for population geneticists, but methods developed for diploids are typically not applicable to polyploid taxa. This is due to their duplicated chromosomes, as well as the complex patterns of allelic exchange that often accompany whole genome duplication (WGD) events. For WGDs within a single lineage (autop ...
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- Conservation genetics 2018 v.19 no.6 pp. 1335-1348
- Bayesian theory; Penstemon; amplified fragment length polymorphism; anthropogenic activities; biodiversity; conservation genetics; data collection; endangered species; genetic variation; habitat destruction; habitat fragmentation; habitats; industrialization; loci; microsatellite repeats; population structure; taxonomy
- ... Habitat fragmentation due to anthropogenic activities is the major cause of biodiversity loss. Endemic and narrowly distributed species are the most susceptible to habitat degradation. Penstemon scariosus is one of many species whose natural habitat is vulnerable to industrialization. All varieties of P. scariosus (P. scariosus var. albifluvis, P. scariosus var. cyanomontanus, P. scariosus var. ga ...