A genomic selection component analysis characterizes migration-selection balance

July 2015

Patrick J. Monnahan, Jack Colicchio, and John K. Kelly

In the journal Evolution, scientists from the University of Kansas report the population study of a plant species in novel habitat, which allowed them to carefully monitor genetic evolution. They found indications of gene flow, and observed as the population’s genome altered from existing populations in other habitats. They used Pippin Prep for size selection.

DOI: 10.1111/evo.12698

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