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On the lines of Sarndal [14], we proposed a class of ratio estimators for the estimation of finite population mean of the variable under study y, using the known knowledge of an auxiliary variable say x.
One would think that the genetic drift model, the relationship of drift to inbreeding, and the consequences of finite population size on genetic variation would be presented at the beginning, since it is difficult to comprehend the relevance of effective population size without this background.
Permanency of response to selection for quantitative characters in finite populations.
Population and quantitative genetics of many linked loci in finite populations.
Improved estimation of finite population mean using sub-sampling to deal with non-response in two-phase sampling scheme.
Recurrent selection programs have been conducted for many cycles with finite population sizes without the exhaustion of genetic variance (Holthaus and Lamkey, 1995; Labate et al.
Real situations possibly lie along a continuum between locus-by-locus overdominance and genomic inbreeding effects; for example gametic disequilibria arising in finite populations may generate an intermediate type of marker-associated heterosis.
Let us consider a finite population of size N of different units U U1 , U2 , U3 .
However, in finite populations these frequencies may change at random over generations as a result of finite sampling of gametes.
Exact inbreeding coefficient and effective size of finite populations under partial sib mating.
The increase in additive genetic variance with succeeding generations of constant finite population size is presented in Figure 2 for population sizes of 2, 8, 16, 32, and 64.
However, a useful method would have to consider the implications of finite population size, exchange across a continuum, nonuniform selective effects across the genome, and how to estimate the distribution of blocks in a real population in the first place.