Model of kin-structured migration

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Social & Behavioral Science
Department Anthropology
Creator Rogers, Alan R.
Title Model of kin-structured migration
Date 1987
Description When individuals disperse from one local group to another, they often do so in the company of relatives. This is known as "kin-structured migration," and its effect on genetic population structure is investigated here. It is shown that when migration is kin-structured, the ratio of between- to within-group variance is increased by a quantity that can be estimated either from behavioral or genetic data. Theoretical results indicate that kin-structured migration should be most important in populations with high mobility, and analysis of data for humans and lions suggests the kin-structured migration may have a substantial effect on genetic population structure in both species. Its effect seems to be small in a population of pine voles.
Type Text
Publisher Society for the Study of Evolution
Volume 41
Issue 2
First Page 417
Last Page 426
Subject Fission; Mobility; Population
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Rogers, A. R. (1987). Model of kin-structured migration. Evolution, 41(2), 417-26.
Rights Management (c) Society for the Study of Evolution
Format Medium application/pdf
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2012-06-13
ID 706589
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6sq9j0x
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