PASOS (Parental Allocation of Singles in Open Systems) is “a parental allocation program designed to identify collected parents based on individual multilocus genotypes while detecting missing parents when a proportion of them have not been collected. It makes use of restricted error tolerance in order to distinguish between a partially incorrect genotype from a false parent’s genotype.
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DUCHESNE, P., CASTRIC, T. L. BERNATCHEZ. 2005.
PASOS (parental allocation of singles in open systems): A computer program for individual parental allocation with missing parents.
Molecular Ecology Notes. 5: 701-704.