AFLPOP (Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism) is a population allocation and simulator program based on amplified fragment length polymorphism markers. The allocation method is an adaptation of Paetkau’s method for co-dominant alleles. Besides population allocation of specimens of unknown origin, re-allocation of sample genotypes, as well as allocation of artificial (Monte Carlo) specimens, may be run to estimate expected rates of correct allocations.
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DUCHESNE, P., L. BERNATCHEZ. 2002.
AFLPOP : A computer program for simulated and real population allocation based on AFLP data.
Molecular Ecology Notes. 3, 380-383.