Data from: Estimation of migration rates from marker based parentage analysis

Jinliang Wang
Coupled with rapid developments of efficient genetic markers, powerful population genetics methods were proposed to estimate migration rates (m) in natural populations in much broader spatial and temporal scales than the traditional mark-release-recapture (MRR) methods. Highly polymorphic (e.g. microsatellites) and genomic wide (e.g. SNPs) markers provide sufficient information to assign individuals to their populations or parents of origin, and thereby to estimate directly m in a way similar to MRR. Such direct estimates of current...
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