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Divergent selection and heterogeneous genomic divergence
Levels of genetic differentiation between populations can be highly variable across the genome, with divergent selection contributing to such heterogeneous genomic divergence. For example, loci underExpand
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Ecological speciation: Ecological speciation
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Ecological explanations for (incomplete) speciation.
Divergent natural selection has been shown to promote speciation in many taxa. However, although divergent selection often initiates the process of speciation, it often fails to complete it. SeveralExpand
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The genomics of speciation-with-gene-flow.
The emerging field of speciation genomics is advancing our understanding of the evolution of reproductive isolation from the individual gene to a whole-genome perspective. In this new view it isExpand
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PERSPECTIVE: REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION CAUSED BY NATURAL SELECTION AGAINST IMMIGRANTS FROM DIVERGENT HABITATS
Abstract The classification of reproductive isolating barriers laid out by Dobzhansky and Mayr has motivated and structured decades of research on speciation. We argue, however, that thisExpand
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Heterogeneous Genomic Differentiation Between Walking-Stick Ecotypes: “Isolation by Adaptation” and Multiple Roles for Divergent Selection
Abstract Genetic differentiation can be highly variable across the genome. For example, loci under divergent selection and those tightly linked to them may exhibit elevated differentiation comparedExpand
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Magic traits in speciation: 'magic' but not rare?
Speciation with gene flow is greatly facilitated when traits subject to divergent selection also contribute to non-random mating. Such traits have been called 'magic traits', which could beExpand
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REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION CAUSED BY NATURAL SELECTION AGAINST IMMIGRANTS FROM DIVERGENT HABITATS
Abstract The classification of reproductive isolating barriers laid out by Dobzhansky and Mayr has motivated and structured decades of research on speciation. We argue, however, that thisExpand
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Widespread genomic divergence during sympatric speciation
Speciation with gene flow is expected to generate a heterogeneous pattern of genomic differentiation. The few genes under or physically linked to loci experiencing strong disruptive selection canExpand
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Establishment of new mutations under divergence and genome hitchhiking
Theoretical models addressing genome-wide patterns of divergence during speciation are needed to help us understand the evolutionary processes generating empirical patterns. Here, we examine aExpand
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