John Wakeley, Harvard University; Coalescent theory provides the foundation for molecular population genetics and genomics. It is the conceptual framework. 1. Natural Selection and Coalescent Theory. John Wakeley. Harvard University. INTRODUCTION. The story of population genetics begins with the publication of . We are devoted to the study of theoretical population genetics. Landon MM, Wakeley J. Population structure and coalescence in pedigrees: Comparisons to.
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