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Evolutionary genetics of invasive species
The evolutionary genetics of invasive species has been relatively unexplored, but could offer insights into mechanisms of invasions. Recent studies suggest that the invasion success of many speciesExpand
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RAPID AND REPEATED INVASIONS OF FRESH WATER BY THE COPEPOD EURYTEMORA AFFINIS
  • C. E. Lee
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 October 1999
Invasions of fresh water by marine organisms have been of great interest to evolutionary biologists and paleontologists because they typically constitute major evolutionary transitions. Recent (< 200Expand
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Do Reservoirs Facilitate Invasions into Landscapes?
Abstract The extensive construction of reservoirs over the past century has radically altered the environmental landscape on a global scale. Construction of dams on most large rivers has interruptedExpand
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Anthropogenically induced adaptation to invade (AIAI): contemporary adaptation to human-altered habitats within the native range can promote invasions
Adaptive evolution is currently accepted as playing a significant role in biological invasions. Adaptations relevant to invasions are typically thought to occur either recently within the introducedExpand
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Evolutionary origins of invasive populations
What factors shape the evolution of invasive populations? Recent theoretical and empirical studies suggest that an evolutionary history of disturbance might be an important factor. This perspectiveExpand
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Evolutionary History of Chemosensory-Related Gene Families across the Arthropoda
Abstract Chemosensory-related gene (CRG) families have been studied extensively in insects, but their evolutionary history across the Arthropoda had remained relatively unexplored. Here, we addressExpand
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Morphological stasis in the Eurytemora affinis species complex (Copepoda: Temoridae)
Morphological stasis has long been regarded as one of the most challenging problems in evolutionary biology. This study focused on the copepod species complex, Eurytemora affinis, as a model systemExpand
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PUMPING IONS: RAPID PARALLEL EVOLUTION OF IONIC REGULATION FOLLOWING HABITAT INVASIONS
Marine to freshwater colonizations constitute among the most dramatic evolutionary transitions in the history of life. This study examined evolution of ionic regulation following saline‐to‐freshwaterExpand
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GLOBAL PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF A CRYPTIC COPEPOD SPECIES COMPLEX AND REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION BETWEEN GENETICALLY PROXIMATE “POPULATIONS”
  • C. E. Lee
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 December 2000
The copepod Eurytemora affinis has a broad geographic range within the Northern Hemisphere, inhabiting coastal regions of North America, Asia, and Europe. A phylogenetic approach was used toExpand
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Phylogeography and systematics of zebra mussels and related species
The genus Dreissena includes two widespread and aggressive aquatic invaders, the zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha, and the quagga mussel, Dreissena bugensis. This genus evolved in the Ponto‐CaspianExpand
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