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Under models of isolation-by-distance, population structure is determined by the probability of identity-by-descent between pairs of genes according to the geographic distance between them. Well established analytical results indicate that

Under models of isolation-by-distance, population structure is determined by the probability of identity-by-descent between pairs of genes according to the geographic distance between them. Well established analytical results indicate that the relationship between geographical and genetic distance depends mostly on the neighborhood size of the population which represents a standardized measure of gene flow.

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    Furstenau, T. N., & Cartwright, R. A. (2016). The effect of the dispersal kernel on isolation-by-distance in a continuous population. PeerJ, 4. doi:10.7717/peerj.1848

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