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DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Benoit Sarels\nhosted by Nick Barton\nAbstract: The so
lutions of the reaction-diffusion equations that govern many phenomena in
population genetics commonly have travelling wave or standing wave forms.
When several loci are studied at the same time\, the interactions between
them lead to complex non-linear systems. The solutions are then more compl
icated to describe. Here\, we will develop a mathematical framework that m
akes it possible to describe the solutions of such systems. Taking the exa
mple of a system of two underdominant loci in diploid organisms\, we will
study the interactions from a mathematical point of view. A key contributi
on will be provided by the concept of generalized travelling wave. Phenome
na observed by population geneticists will be retrieved and quantified: ag
gregation of clines and induced acceleration. We will also briefly show ho
w this framework can be extended to the case of n loci\, and what new ques
tions arise.
LOCATION:I22 Lakeside View (I22.O1.006)\, ISTA
ORGANIZER:apal@ist.ac.at
SUMMARY:Benoit Sarels: Interaction of clines under the prism of generalised
travelling waves
URL:https://talks-calendar.app.ist.ac.at/events/3603
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