Alan Robertson

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University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
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William George Hill grad student
TFC Mackay grad student Edinburgh
JM Campos Rosado grad student 1957-1960 Edinburgh
Joseph Felsenstein post-doc 1967-1968
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Hill WG, Robertson A. (2007) The effect of linkage on limits to artificial selection. Genetical Research. 89: 311-36
Robertson A. (2007) Inbreeding in artificial selection programmes. Genetical Research. 89: 275-80
Briscoe DA, Malpica JM, Robertson A, et al. (1992) Rapid Loss of Genetic Variation in Large Captive Populations of Drosophila Flies: Implications for the Genetic Management of Captive Populations Conservation Biology. 6: 416-425
Capy P, David JR, Robertson A. (1988) Thoracic trident pigmentation in natural populations of Drosophila simulans : a comparison with D. melanogaster Heredity. 61: 263-268
Sharp GL, Hill WG, Robertson A. (1984) Effects of selection on growth, body composition and food intake in mice. I. Responses in selected traits. Genetical Research. 43: 75-92
Brien FD, Sharp GL, Hill WG, et al. (1984) Effects of selection on growth, body composition and food intake in mice. II. Correlated responses in reproduction. Genetical Research. 44: 73-85
Robertson A, Hill WG. (1983) Identity of different mutations for deleterious genes Nature. 301: 176-177
Robertson A, Hill WG. (1983) Population and quantitative genetics of many linked loci in finite populations Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 219: 253-264
Madalena FE, Robertson A. (1974) Population structure in artificial selection: studies with Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics Research. 24: 113-126
Robertson A, Narain P. (1971) The survival of recessive lethals in finite populations Theoretical Population Biology. 2: 24-50
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