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Hybrid zones: windows on evolutionary process.
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Dispersal Polymorphisms in Insects
In many insects dispersal by flight occurs prior to reproduction, and the ability to fly is often lost once reproduction begins (37, 92). Thus, dispersal is viewed as an "evolved adaptation"Expand
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Genealogical relationships within and among shallow-water Ciona species (Ascidiacea)
In spite of historical and current interest in Ciona intestinalis and its congeners, little is known about evolutionary relationships among the members of the genus Ciona. Here 744-bp sequences ofExpand
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Polymorphism and divergence within the ascidian genus Ciona.
The genus Ciona, a widely distributed group of solitary ascidians, has long been an important model in embryology and developmental biology. Ciona has also recently attracted the attention ofExpand
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Animal mitochondrial DNA as a genetic marker in population and evolutionary biology.
  • R. Harrison
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Trends in ecology & evolution
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Animal mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) is playing an increasingly important role as a genetic marker in population and evolutionary biology. The popularity of this molecule derives, in part, from theExpand
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Consequences of reproductive barriers for genealogical discordance in the European corn borer.
Speciation involves the origin of trait differences that limit or prevent gene exchange and ultimately results in daughter populations that form monophyletic or exclusive genetic groups. However, forExpand
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Phylogeny of Greya (Lepidoptera: Prodoxidae), based on nucleotide sequence variation in mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I and II: congruence with morphological data.
The phylogeny of Greya Busck (Lepidoptera: Prodoxidae) was inferred from nucleotide sequence variation across a 765-bp region in the cytochrome oxidase I and II genes of the mitochondrial genome.Expand
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Evolution of Pollination and Mutualism in the Yucca Moth Lineage
The obligate pollination mutualisms between yucca moths and yuccas are some of the most obvious cases of coevolution, but the phylogenetic origins and extent of coevolution in these interactions areExpand
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Asian Gypsy Moths (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) in North America: Evidence from Molecular Data
Gypsy moths, Lymantria dispar L., were accidentally introduced into the United States from Europe more than a century ago and have become a major forest pest in eastern North America. Recently,Expand
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