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Population connectivity: dam migration mitigations and contemporary site fidelity in arctic char

Jens Wollebæk12*, Jan Heggenes2 and Knut H Røed1

Author Affiliations

1 The Norwegian School of Veterinary Science, Dep. of Basic Sciences and Aquatic Medicine, Box 8146, Dep. 0033 Oslo, Norway

2 Telemark University College, Dep. of Environmental Sciences, Hallvard Eikas Plass, 3800 Bø i Telemark, Norway

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BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011, 11:207  doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-207

Published: 14 July 2011

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Summary statistics. Sample sites, number of analyzed individuals (n), number of amplified individuals (N), number of alleles (Nall), expected and observed (direct count) heterozygosity (He and Ho). Significant departures from HW (P < 0.05) within sites after FDR correction are marked *.

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Coalescent simulated population differentiation. Backward simulations in SIMCOAL2 supporting the findings of genetic drift as a contemporary driver for observed site fidelity.

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