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Differential introgression from a sister species explains high FST outlier loci within a mussel species
Scanning genomes for loci with high levels of population differentiation has become a standard of population genetics. FST outlier loci are most often interpreted as signatures of local selection,Expand
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An experimental study of the S-Allee effect in the self-incompatible plant Biscutella neustriaca
Homomorphic self-incompatibility (SI) evolved in many plant families to enforce selfing avoidance, and is controlled by a single multiallelic locus (the S-locus). In a fragmented landscape, strongExpand
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Evidence for adaptation from standing genetic variation on an antimicrobial peptide gene in the mussel Mytilus edulis
Genome scans of population differentiation identify candidate loci for adaptation but provide little information on how selection has influenced the genetic structure of these loci. Following aExpand
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Self-Incompatibility in Brassicaceae: Identification and Characterization of SRK-Like Sequences Linked to the S-Locus in the Tribe Biscutelleae
Self-incompatibility (SI) is a genetic system that prevents self-fertilization in many Angiosperms. Although plants from the Brassicaceae family present an apparently unique SI system that isExpand
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Intriguing small-scale spatial distribution of chloropastic and nuclear diversity in the endangered plant Biscutella neustriaca (Brassicaceae)
Biscutella neustriaca is an isolated plant taxon with about three thousand known individuals distributed in several fragmented populations. Despite its status as an endangered plant subject to aExpand
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Bases génétiques et histoire de la différenciation adaptative chez Mytilus
Les bases genetiques et l'histoire de la differenciation adaptative ont ete etudiees chez les moules du complexe d'especes Mytilus edulis qui represente un modele d'etude interessant pour mieuxExpand