Genetic assignment of individuals to source populations using network estimation tools

Markku Kuismin, Dilan Saatoglu, Alina Niskanen, Henrik Jensen & Mikko Sillanpää
Dispersal, the movement of individuals between populations, is crucial in many ecological and genetic processes. However, direct identification of dispersing individuals is difficult or impossible in natural populations. By using genetic assignment methods, individuals with unknown genetic origin can be assigned to source populations. This knowledge is necessary in studying many key questions in ecology, evolution and conservation. We introduce a network-based tool BONE (Baseline Oriented Network Estimation) for genetic population assignment, which borrows concepts...
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