Gene Flow and the Geographic Structure of Natural Populations

  • Slatkin M
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Abstract

There is abundant geographic variation in both morphology and gene frequency in most species. Those species for which direct methods indicate little current gene flow but indirect methods indicate much higher levels of gene flow in the recent past are of interest. Such species probably have undergone frequent large-scale demographic changes.

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  • Montgomery Slatkin

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