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Imagine that we have two populations, the focal population (the one we're interested in) and the other population. In the focal population, the...

Imagine that we have two populations, the focal population (the one we’re interested in) and the other population. In the focal population, the frequency of allele M is 0.5 and the frequency of allele m is 0.5, while the other population is fixed for allele m (frequency of M = 0, frequency of m = 1).

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