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1946 15
1947 11
1948 7
1949 5
1950 7
1951 7
1952 1
1953 8
1954 2
1955 3
1956 7
1957 7
1958 12
1959 6
1960 9
1961 14
1962 8
1963 15
1964 32
1965 11
1966 10
1967 97
1968 200
1969 251
1970 260
1971 371
1972 356
1973 420
1974 522
1975 449
1976 396
1977 378
1978 344
1979 397
1980 377
1981 395
1982 390
1983 457
1984 538
1985 592
1986 702
1987 723
1988 849
1989 957
1990 1200
1991 1497
1992 1512
1993 2029
1994 2280
1995 2451
1996 2568
1997 2767
1998 2929
1999 3147
2000 3766
2001 3780
2002 3288
2003 3338
2004 3452
2005 3516
2006 3943
2007 3858
2008 4011
2009 3985
2010 4207
2011 4818
2012 5232
2013 5227
2014 5163
2015 5291
2016 5149
2017 4652
2018 4110
2019 1850
2020 30
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Weeding out bad alleles.
Hirsch CN and Springer NM. Nat Plants 2018. PMID 29556084
Evolution: How Not to Detect a Brood Parasite
Lyon BE and Zink AG. Curr Biol 2018. PMID 30352187 Free article.
This supports 'Crozier's paradox' of why kin recognition genes are unlikely to evolve when rare alleles are selected against....
This supports 'Crozier's paradox' of why kin recognition genes are unlikely to evolve when rare alleles are selected against....
Estimating Relatedness in the Presence of Null Alleles.
Huang K, et al. Genetics 2016. PMID 26500259 Free PMC article.
As the numbers of marker loci are often limited, loci with null alleles cannot be abandoned without substantial loss of statistical power. Here, we show how loci with null alleles can be incorporated into six estimators of relatedness (two novel). We evaluate the performance of various estimators before and after correction for null alleles. ...
As the numbers of marker loci are often limited, loci with null alleles cannot be abandoned without substantial loss of statistical p …
Revisiting Adaptive Potential, Population Size, and Conservation
Hoffmann AA, et al. Trends Ecol Evol 2017 - Review. PMID 28476215
Moreover, investigations of V(A) typically fail to consider rare alleles, genetic load, or linkage disequilibrium, resulting in deleterious effects associated with favored alleles in small populations. ...
Moreover, investigations of V(A) typically fail to consider rare alleles, genetic load, or linkage disequilibrium, resulting in delet …
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