2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11479-3_4
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Abstract: Abstract. Since the time of Kimura's theory of neutral evolution at molecular level the search for genes under natural selection is one of the crucial problems in population genetics. There exists quite a number of statistical tests designed for it, however, the interpretation of the results is often hard due to the existence of extra-selective factors, such as population growth, migration and recombination. The author, in his earlier work, has proposed the idea of multi-null hypotheses methodology applied for… Show more

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