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Determining population structure and hybridization for two iris species
Identifying processes that promote or limit gene flow can help define the ecological and evolutionary history of a species. Furthermore, defining those factors that make up "species boundaries" canExpand
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Two Loci Contribute Epistastically to Heterospecific Pollen Rejection, a Postmating Isolating Barrier Between Species
Recognition and rejection of heterospecific male gametes occurs in a broad range of taxa, although the complexity of mechanisms underlying these components of postmating cryptic female choice isExpand
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Neutral and Selective Processes Drive Population Differentiation for Iris hexagona.
Gene flow among widespread populations can be reduced by geographical distance or by divergent selection resulting from local adaptation. In this study, we tested for the divergence of phenotypes andExpand
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The genomics of natural selection and adaptation: Christmas past, present and future(?)
Background: Genomic analyses are being applied to ‘non-model’ species. These complexes are now ‘models’ for applying genomic approaches to test evolutionary hypotheses. These approaches have revealedExpand
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Assessing biological factors affecting postspeciation introgression
An increasing number of phylogenomic studies have documented a clear “footprint” of postspeciation introgression among closely related species. Nonetheless, systematic genome‐wide studies of factorsExpand
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Spatial proximity determines post-speciation introgression in Solanum
An increasing number of phylogenomic studies have documented a clear ‘footprint’ of post-speciation introgression among closely-related species. Nonetheless, systematic genome-wide studies of factorsExpand
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Divergence-with-Gene-Flow—What Humans and Other Mammals Got up to
In this review, we posit the hypothesis that divergence-with-gene-flow or, using the terminology that has historical precedence, evolution-with-hybridization is not the exception as argued by theExpand
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Phased diploid genome assemblies for three strains of Candida albicans from oak trees
Although normally a harmless commensal, Candida albicans has the potential to generate a wide range of infections including systemic candidaemia, making it the most common cause of bloodstreamExpand
Niche Conservatism for Ecological Preference in the Louisiana iris species complex.
Spatial and temporal environmental variation influences evolutionary processes such as divergence among populations and species. Here, we investigate the patterns of niche evolution for the LouisianaExpand
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