Population Genetics

The study of genetic diversity within and between populations, as well as the evolutionary processes that account for this variation, is known as population genetics. It is based on the Hardy-Weinberg law, which holds true as long as there is a sizable population, random mating, and minimal mutation, selection, and migration.

Tools (software) used for population genetics analysis


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