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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture 11: 11 Coalescence Modeling

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23 Dec 2018
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Classical popgen uses pt est. of pop genetic parameters. Point est. are static parameters that don"t make the max use of info in genetic data. If allel
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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture 13: 13 Migration 2

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23 Dec 2018
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We can infer number of gens since divergence based on genetic diversity among lineages. Programs: use a coalescence approach to infer demographic proce
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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Genetic Drift, Gamete

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19 Oct 2018
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Modeling uses pt . est . of parameters pop genetic parameters the that don"t make. He eh max use of info we can derive much more info then from. Walesa
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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Reference Genome, Mutation Rate, Squaw

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19 Sep 2018
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9/6 widely used @ several scales of analysis. Sir , repetitive dna w/ a motif up to 6 bp ( mini satellite if move) presumed to be neutral but could be
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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ob River, Divar, Heritability

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19 Sep 2018
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Variations in phenotypes was the basis for early pop . studies: discrete trails : meristic : integer valves ( 4th side numbers) Threshold states : two
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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Zygosity, Barcode

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19 Sep 2018
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Iconservative markers i lineage divergence local adapt . diff. W/ in pop pop . studies (most variable ) Hibernal markers ) marten for fine - scale stud
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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture 19: 19 Past Distributions

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23 Dec 2018
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Risks of missing data bc of var in suitability of sites for fossilization. Veg with high pollen output (grasses) can dominate the core. Recorded as pro
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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sub Pop, Genetic Drift, Panmixia

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23 Dec 2018
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Genetic drift and selection are 2 most powerful forces that change allele. If pops are nite, stochastic sampling will lead to loss/ xation of alleles.
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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Absolute Time And Space, Ifrit, Japanese Yen

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19 Oct 2018
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1918 are t alleles this means there are. Suppose many there alleles : possible pairs since each that could pair coalesces co ahh e. Q an exp on . rate
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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Indep, Zygosity, Allele

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19 Oct 2018
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Allele , @ single alleles @ diff among loci may reach hwe loci after. Not the case w/ multiple alleles drums on diff if. Dip . on degree of moremendeli
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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Soot, Paleocene, Mesozoic

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19 Sep 2018
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Mesozoic : flowering plants -i di nos co - evolved. Kit mass extinction wiped out non - avian di nos plates shifting g 130 mya) (cretaceous / paleocene
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BERKELEYESPM 108BRichard DoddFall

ESPM 108B Lecture 12: 12 Migration

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23 Dec 2018
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Migration/gene ow: the movement of genes from one pop to another. Homogenizes pops, counteracts diversity loss thru drift. Movement of genes must be of
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