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Analysis of population structure. II. Two-dimensional stepping stone models of finite length and other geographically structured populations



Analysis of population structure. II. Two-dimensional stepping stone models of finite length and other geographically structured populations



Annals of Human Genetics 35(2): 179-196



The models were analysed with special reference to the variance of gene frequency, the correlation of gene frequency between colonies, the probabilities of identity within a colony and between colonies, and the genetic variability maintained in the entire population. Each of these quantities is given explicitly as a function of the colony size, location of colony, the migration rate and the mutation rate.

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