Runs of Homozygosity in Killer Whale Genomes Provide a Global Record of Demographic Histories

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Foote, A.D., R. Hooper, A. Alexander, R.W. Baird, C.S. Baker, L. Ballance, J. Barlow, A. Brownlow, T. Collins, R. Constantine, L. Dalla Rosa, N.J. Davison, J.W. Durban, R. Esteban, L. Excoffier, S.L. Fordyce Martin, K.A. Forney, T. Gerrodette, M.T.P. Gilbert, C. Guinet, M.B. Hanson, S. Li, M.D. Martin, K.M. Robertson, F.I.P. Samarra, R. de Stephanis, S.B. Tavares, P. Tixier, J.A. Totterdell, P. Wade, J.B.W. Wolf, G. Fan, Y. Zhang, and P.A. Morin. 2021. Runs of Homozygosity in Killer Whale Genomes Provide a Global Record of Demographic Histories. Molecular Ecology 30(23), 6162-6177. doi: 10.1111/mec.16137

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