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Neutral genomic signatures of host-parasite coevolution
AbstractCoevolution is a selective process of reciprocal adaptation between antagonistic or mutualistic symbionts and their host. Classic population genetics theory predicts the signatures of selection at the interacting loci but not the neutral genome-wide polymorphism patterns. We here build a coevolutionary model with cyclic changes in the host and parasite population sizes. Using an analytical framework, we investigate if and when these population size changes can be observed in the neutraldoi:10.1101/588202 fatcat:n7ivtxfxyfbb5peqdbldbgwyp4