Parallel adaptation: one or many waves of advance of an advantageous allele?
Genetics. 2010 Oct; 186(2):647-68
Ralph P, Coop G. Genetics. 2010 Oct; 186(2):647-68
This article develops a theory of parallel adaptation that may apply to many adaptive changes in humans and other organisms. If populations are large, dispersal is low, or the mutation target is large, then parallel adaptation should be common. This can result in soft selective sweeps that are difficult to detect with standard tests...
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