Locked inside each living creature is an imensly complex set of genetic information. In general terms, we can consider this genetic content as falling within two functional groups-the part that does something (the part that has something to do with the function of the organisms and as such has the influence of selection upon it) and the part that does not do anything (the part we use for neutral evolutionary processes). In this topic, we explore how to import various kinds of genetic data into our normal R workflow. This activity will focus on some marker information we have from a Sonoran Desert Bark Beetle colected in Baja California, Mexico.
Where is the content?
The content for this class will be added as the lectures are given. I know you’re excited but you’ll have to wait.