Data from: The action of stabilizing selection, mutation and drift on epistatic quantitative traits

Victoria Ávila, Andrés Pérez-Figueroa, Armando Caballero, William G. Hill, Aurora García-Dorado & Carlos López-Fanjul
For a quantitative trait under stabilizing selection, the effect of epistasis on its genetic architecture and on the changes of genetic variance caused by bottlenecking were investigated using theory and simulation. Assuming empirical estimates of the rate and effects of mutations and the intensity of selection, we assessed the impact of two-locus epistasis (synergistic/antagonistic) among linked or unlinked loci on the distribution of effects and frequencies of segregating loci in populations at the mutation-selection-drift balance....
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