Academic journal article Genetics

Corrigendum

Academic journal article Genetics

Corrigendum

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In the article by S. Casillas and A. Barbadilla (GENETICS 205: 1003-1035) entitled "Molecular Population Genetics," on page 1010, the references provided in Table 1 were incomplete. For the measure/test vA, the reference to "Castellano et al. (2016), James et al. (2016)" has been removed and changed to "Gossmann et al. (2010)." Additionally, the reference for the measure/ test Ka+ has been updated to "Gossmann etal. (2010), Castellano etal. (2016)." Accordingly, Gossmann etal. (2010) has been added to the reference list as such: T. I. Gossmann, B. -H. Song, A. J. Windsor, T. Mitchell-Olds, C.J. Dixon et al., 2010 Genome wide analyses reveal little evidence for adaptive evolution in many plant species. Mol. Biol. Evol. 27: 1822-1832.

Additionally, on page 1015, Figure 3 was replaced due to an error in the equation (see below).

On pages 1015 and 1018, one equation and several instances of in-text equations were corrected. Please see below for the full corrected text.

"Specifically, mutations enter the population at a rate 2Nm (the mutation rate m is per site per generation, and in a diploid population there are 2N potential chromosomes to mutate) (Figure 3C). Each of these new mutations have a given selection coefficient s that is determined by its fitness effect on the individual (DFE, Figure 3A). All mutations with this s, f (s), have a probability of fixation that depends both on the population census and the effective population size, in addition to the selection coefficient, u(N, Ne, s) (thus contributing to the divergence between species) (Kimura 1957; Figure 3B). …

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