PhD Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB, 2003), postdocs at Uppsala University (2003-2004), CRP-Gabriel Lippmann Luxembourg (2005), ULB (2006-2008), Real Jardín Botánico - CSIC, Madrid (2009), Ramón y Cajal Fellow INIA Spain (2010 - 2014), Marie Curie Fellow Université de Fribourg (2013-2014), Research Scientist INRA Bordeaux (CR1, 2014 - ongoing).
The discernible and hidden effects of clonality on the genotypic and genetic states of populations: improving our estimation of clonal rates Solenn Stoeckel, Barbara Porro, Sophie Arnaud-Haond https://arxiv.org/abs/1902.09365v4
Recommended by Myriam Heuertz based on reviews by David Macaya-Sanz, Marcela Van Loo and 1 anonymous reviewer How to estimate clonality from genetic data: use large samples and consider the biology of the species
Population geneticists frequently use the genetic and genotypic information of a population sample of individuals to make inferences on the reproductive system of a species. The detection of clones, i.e. individuals with the same genotype, can give information on whether there is clonal (vegetative) reproduction in the species. If clonality is detected, population geneticists typically use genotypic richness R, the number of distinct genotypes relative to the sample size, to estimate the rate of...