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A mathematical model of extranuclear genes and the genetic variability maintained in a finite population

, : A mathematical model of extranuclear genes and the genetic variability maintained in a finite population. Genetical Research 37(3): 291-302

A model is presented to account for the transmission of genes through mitochondria or chloroplasts. The following assumptions are made: (1) an infinite number of alleles, (2) selective neutrality, (3) the population consists of Nm males and Nf females, (4) the genetic contribution of the male is beta and that of the female is 1 - beta and (5) each cell line contains n effective copies of a gene in its cytoplasm.


DOI: 10.1017/S0016672300020292

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