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 Various approaches have been developed to evaluate the consequences of spatial structure on evolution in subdivided populations. This book is both a review and new synthesis of several of these approaches, based on the theory of spatial genetic structure. François Rousset examines Sewall Wright''s methods of analysis based on Fstatistics, effective size, and diffusion approximation; coalescent arguments; William Hamilton''s inclusive fitness theory; and approaches rooted in game theory and adaptive dynamics. Setting these in a framework that reveals their common features, he demonstrates how
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 eng
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 1 online resource (281 pages)
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 Cover; Title; Contents; List of Figures and Tables; Acknowledgments; Preface; What Is and Is Not There; Assumed Background; Of Gene and Fitness; 1. Introduction; Genetic Structure in Relation to Selection; Plan of the Book; 2. Selection and Drift; Selection in Panmictic Populations; Evolution in Spatially Structured Populations; Selection and Local Drift; Effective Size in Subdivided Populations; Measuring Population Structure; Genetic Identity; Statistical Concepts of Equilibrium and Population; Summary; 3. Spatially Homogeneous Dispersal: The Island Model and Isolation by Distance
 Island ModelsIsolation by Distance; Dispersal in Natural Populations; The Lattice Models; Differentiation under Isolation by Distance; Summary; Appendix 1: General Analysis of the Lattice Model; Appendix 2: Miscellaneous Results ; Diversity in a Deme; Average Diversity in a Population; Differentiation under Low Dispersal; 4. Interpretations of Inbreeding and Relatedness Coefficients in Subdivided Populations; Probabilities of Coalescence in Migration Matrix Models; Migration Matrix Models: Formulation; Probabilities of Coalescence; Interpretations of FST; Coalescence before Dispersal
 Separation of Time ScalesAn Ancestral Reference Population?; Differences between Distributions of Coalescence Times; Properties of Inbreeding Coefficients; Sensitivity to Mutation and to Past Demographic Events; No Mutation; Alternative Measures of Allelic Divergence; 5. Evolutionary Dynamics; Fitness in a Panmictic Population; Example: Resource Competition; Convergence Stability; Evolutionary Stability; Applicability of This Framework; Fitness in a Subdivided Population; Frequency Dependence in Subdivided Populations; How to Measure Selection?; Conclusion
 Appendix: The Prisoner's Dilemma GameNoniterated Game; Iterated Game; 6. Convergence Stability in a Spatially Homogeneous Population; Weak Selection Effects on Probability of Fixation; Fixation Probability as Allele Frequency Change; Fitness Functions; Fixation Probability: Direct Fitness Expansion; Expression in Terms of Parameters of Population Structure ; Practical Computation of Convergence Stability; Island Model; Isolation by Distance; Conclusions; Direct Fitness Method; Fitness Maximization; 7. Inclusive Fitness, Cooperation, and Altruism; What Inclusive Fitness Does Measure
 Inclusive and Direct FitnessHamilton's Derivation of Inclusive Fitness; Isolation by Distance; Altruism in Spatially Subdivided Populations; Cost, Benefit, and Relatedness; Helping Neighbors; Other Examples; The Importance of Kin Competition; Kin Recognition; Implications for Modeling Approaches; Inclusive Fitness Theory; Other Frameworks; Appendix: Helping Neighbors under Isolation by Distance; 8. Diploidy (and Sex); Population Structure of Diploid Populations; Analysis of Pollen and Seed Dispersal; Joint Effects of Selfing and Selection on Population Structure
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 9781400847242
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 Genetic structure and selection in subdivided populations
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 Genetic structure and selection in subdivided populations
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 François Rousset
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 Various approaches have been developed to evaluate the consequences of spatial structure on evolution in subdivided populations. This book is both a review and new synthesis of several of these approaches, based on the theory of spatial genetic structure. François Rousset examines Sewall Wright''s methods of analysis based on Fstatistics, effective size, and diffusion approximation; coalescent arguments; William Hamilton''s inclusive fitness theory; and approaches rooted in game theory and adaptive dynamics. Setting these in a framework that reveals their common features, he demonstrates how
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 1967
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 Rousset, François
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 non fiction
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 Monographs in Population Biology
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 40
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 Population genetics
 Population biology
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 Population biology
 Population genetics
 Genetics, Population
 Population Dynamics
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 Genetic structure and selection in subdivided populations, François Rousset
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 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 Cover; Title; Contents; List of Figures and Tables; Acknowledgments; Preface; What Is and Is Not There; Assumed Background; Of Gene and Fitness; 1. Introduction; Genetic Structure in Relation to Selection; Plan of the Book; 2. Selection and Drift; Selection in Panmictic Populations; Evolution in Spatially Structured Populations; Selection and Local Drift; Effective Size in Subdivided Populations; Measuring Population Structure; Genetic Identity; Statistical Concepts of Equilibrium and Population; Summary; 3. Spatially Homogeneous Dispersal: The Island Model and Isolation by Distance
 Island ModelsIsolation by Distance; Dispersal in Natural Populations; The Lattice Models; Differentiation under Isolation by Distance; Summary; Appendix 1: General Analysis of the Lattice Model; Appendix 2: Miscellaneous Results ; Diversity in a Deme; Average Diversity in a Population; Differentiation under Low Dispersal; 4. Interpretations of Inbreeding and Relatedness Coefficients in Subdivided Populations; Probabilities of Coalescence in Migration Matrix Models; Migration Matrix Models: Formulation; Probabilities of Coalescence; Interpretations of FST; Coalescence before Dispersal
 Separation of Time ScalesAn Ancestral Reference Population?; Differences between Distributions of Coalescence Times; Properties of Inbreeding Coefficients; Sensitivity to Mutation and to Past Demographic Events; No Mutation; Alternative Measures of Allelic Divergence; 5. Evolutionary Dynamics; Fitness in a Panmictic Population; Example: Resource Competition; Convergence Stability; Evolutionary Stability; Applicability of This Framework; Fitness in a Subdivided Population; Frequency Dependence in Subdivided Populations; How to Measure Selection?; Conclusion
 Appendix: The Prisoner's Dilemma GameNoniterated Game; Iterated Game; 6. Convergence Stability in a Spatially Homogeneous Population; Weak Selection Effects on Probability of Fixation; Fixation Probability as Allele Frequency Change; Fitness Functions; Fixation Probability: Direct Fitness Expansion; Expression in Terms of Parameters of Population Structure ; Practical Computation of Convergence Stability; Island Model; Isolation by Distance; Conclusions; Direct Fitness Method; Fitness Maximization; 7. Inclusive Fitness, Cooperation, and Altruism; What Inclusive Fitness Does Measure
 Inclusive and Direct FitnessHamilton's Derivation of Inclusive Fitness; Isolation by Distance; Altruism in Spatially Subdivided Populations; Cost, Benefit, and Relatedness; Helping Neighbors; Other Examples; The Importance of Kin Competition; Kin Recognition; Implications for Modeling Approaches; Inclusive Fitness Theory; Other Frameworks; Appendix: Helping Neighbors under Isolation by Distance; 8. Diploidy (and Sex); Population Structure of Diploid Populations; Analysis of Pollen and Seed Dispersal; Joint Effects of Selfing and Selection on Population Structure
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 Genetic structure and selection in subdivided populations, François Rousset
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Cover; Title; Contents; List of Figures and Tables; Acknowledgments; Preface; What Is and Is Not There; Assumed Background; Of Gene and Fitness; 1. Introduction; Genetic Structure in Relation to Selection; Plan of the Book; 2. Selection and Drift; Selection in Panmictic Populations; Evolution in Spatially Structured Populations; Selection and Local Drift; Effective Size in Subdivided Populations; Measuring Population Structure; Genetic Identity; Statistical Concepts of Equilibrium and Population; Summary; 3. Spatially Homogeneous Dispersal: The Island Model and Isolation by Distance
 Island ModelsIsolation by Distance; Dispersal in Natural Populations; The Lattice Models; Differentiation under Isolation by Distance; Summary; Appendix 1: General Analysis of the Lattice Model; Appendix 2: Miscellaneous Results ; Diversity in a Deme; Average Diversity in a Population; Differentiation under Low Dispersal; 4. Interpretations of Inbreeding and Relatedness Coefficients in Subdivided Populations; Probabilities of Coalescence in Migration Matrix Models; Migration Matrix Models: Formulation; Probabilities of Coalescence; Interpretations of FST; Coalescence before Dispersal
 Separation of Time ScalesAn Ancestral Reference Population?; Differences between Distributions of Coalescence Times; Properties of Inbreeding Coefficients; Sensitivity to Mutation and to Past Demographic Events; No Mutation; Alternative Measures of Allelic Divergence; 5. Evolutionary Dynamics; Fitness in a Panmictic Population; Example: Resource Competition; Convergence Stability; Evolutionary Stability; Applicability of This Framework; Fitness in a Subdivided Population; Frequency Dependence in Subdivided Populations; How to Measure Selection?; Conclusion
 Appendix: The Prisoner's Dilemma GameNoniterated Game; Iterated Game; 6. Convergence Stability in a Spatially Homogeneous Population; Weak Selection Effects on Probability of Fixation; Fixation Probability as Allele Frequency Change; Fitness Functions; Fixation Probability: Direct Fitness Expansion; Expression in Terms of Parameters of Population Structure ; Practical Computation of Convergence Stability; Island Model; Isolation by Distance; Conclusions; Direct Fitness Method; Fitness Maximization; 7. Inclusive Fitness, Cooperation, and Altruism; What Inclusive Fitness Does Measure
 Inclusive and Direct FitnessHamilton's Derivation of Inclusive Fitness; Isolation by Distance; Altruism in Spatially Subdivided Populations; Cost, Benefit, and Relatedness; Helping Neighbors; Other Examples; The Importance of Kin Competition; Kin Recognition; Implications for Modeling Approaches; Inclusive Fitness Theory; Other Frameworks; Appendix: Helping Neighbors under Isolation by Distance; 8. Diploidy (and Sex); Population Structure of Diploid Populations; Analysis of Pollen and Seed Dispersal; Joint Effects of Selfing and Selection on Population Structure
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 1 online resource (281 pages)
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 online
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 9781400847242
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 computer
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 JSTOR
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
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