Lecture 10 figs - A A A G C A A A A A G C A A A A C T A A A...

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The following figure depicts a population of chromosomes before a selective sweep. The red "C" at position 4 is beneficial mutation. Note that all sites are segregating (i.e., variable) C A A G A A A A G A A G T A A G A A G A A A C A C T A A A A A A G T A Population during sweep. Note recombination. A A G C A A
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Unformatted text preview: A A A G C A A A A A G C A A A A C T A A A C A A A A G T A Population after C(4) has fixed. Note that the only variable site (7) is the one at which recombination has occurred between it and the selected site. A C A G A A A A C A G A A A A C C A G A A C C A A G A A C A A G A A A Introduction to Quantitative Genetics...
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2011 for the course PCB 4674 taught by Professor Baer during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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Lecture 10 figs - A A A G C A A A A A G C A A A A C T A A A...

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