Category Archives: journal tea
Evidence of widespread selection on standing variation in Europe at height-associated SNPs Turchin et al.
Demographic Inference Using Spectral Methods on SNP Data, With an Analysis of the Human out-of-Africa Expansion. Lukic S, Hey J. Genetics 2012
For wednesday we’ll read Skoglund et al Science 2012
This week we’ll read Common SNPs explain a large proportion of the heritability for human height by Yang et al. see also this commentary by Visscher’s groups.
For Wednesday we’ll read: A model-based approach for analysis of spatial structure in genetic data by Yang et al.
For Wednesday we’ll read: The Limits to Parapatric Speciation: Dobzhansky–Muller Incompatibilities in a Continent–Island Model by Bank et al.
Alisa will lead Monday’s paper about speciation in Drosophila (simulans and close relatives) using whole-genome data: Garrigan et al. Genome sequencing reveals complex speciation in the Drosophila simulans clade
Estimation of the number of individuals founding a colonized population. Anderson and Slatkin 2007
For Monday Peter will lead our discussion of: Analysis of population structure: a unifying framework and novel methods based on sparse factor analysis by: B E Engelhardt, and M Stephens
Let’s read the stickleback paper: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v484/n7392/full/nature10944.html