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The geography of introgression in a patchy environment and the thorn in the side of ecological speciation
When incompletely isolated taxa coexist in a patchy environment (e.g. mosaic hybrid zones, host-race complexes), patterns of variation may differ between selected traits/genes and neutral markers.Expand
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Population genetics of the American eel (Anguilla rostrata): FST = 0 and North Atlantic Oscillation effects on demographic fluctuations of a panmictic species
We performed population genetic analyses on the American eel (Anguilla rostrata) with three main objectives. First, we conducted the most comprehensive analysis of neutral genetic populationExpand
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WITHIN‐POPULATION STRUCTURE HIGHLIGHTED BY DIFFERENTIAL INTROGRESSION ACROSS SEMIPERMEABLE BARRIERS TO GENE FLOW IN ANGUILLA MARMORATA
In the marine environment, differential gene exchange between partially reproductively isolated taxa can result in introgression that extends over long distances due to high larval dispersalExpand
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Present and past genetic connectivity of the Indo‐Pacific tropical eel Anguilla bicolor
Aim  The objective of this study was to reveal the present population structure and infer the gene-flow history of the Indo-Pacific tropical eel Anguilla bicolor. Location  The Indo-PacificExpand
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Using Haplotype Information for Conservation Genomics.
The particular combinations of alleles that define haplotypes along individual chromosomes can be determined with increasing ease and accuracy by using current sequencing technologies. Beyond alleleExpand
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Polygenic selection drives the evolution of convergent transcriptomic landscapes across continents within a Nearctic sister species complex
In contrast to the plethora of studies focusing on the genomic basis of adaptive phenotypic divergence, the role of gene expression during speciation has been much less investigated and consequentlyExpand
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Modeling the Multiple Facets of Speciation-with-Gene-Flow Towards Inferring the Divergence History of Lake Whitefish Species Pairs (Coregonus Clupeaformis)
Parallel divergence patterns across replicated species pairs occurring in similar environmental contrasts may arise through distinct evolutionary scenarios. Deciphering whether such parallelismExpand
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The role of recombination on genome‐wide patterns of local ancestry exemplified by supplemented brook charr populations
Assessing the immediate and long‐term evolutionary consequences of human‐mediated hybridization is of major concern for conservation biology. Several studies have documented how selection inExpand
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Introgressive hybridization and morphological transgression in the contact zone between two Mediterranean Solea species
Abstract Hybrid zones provide natural experiments where new combinations of genotypes and phenotypes are produced. Studying the reshuffling of genotypes and remodeling of phenotypes in these zones isExpand
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Polygenic selection drives the evolution of convergent transcriptomic landscapes across continents within a Nearctic sister-species complex.
In contrast to the plethora of studies focusing on the genomic basis of adaptive phenotypic divergence, the role of gene expression during speciation has been much less investigated and consequently,Expand
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