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Plant Genotypic Diversity Predicts Community Structure and Governs an Ecosystem Process
Theory predicts, and recent empirical studies have shown, that the diversity of plant species determines the diversity of associated herbivores and mediates ecosystem processes, such as abovegroundExpand
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introgress: a software package for mapping components of isolation in hybrids
A new software package (introgress) provides functions for analysing introgression of genotypes between divergent, hybridizing lineages, including estimating genomic clines from multi‐locus genotypeExpand
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A powerful regression‐based method for admixture mapping of isolation across the genome of hybrids
We propose a novel method that uses natural admixture between divergent lineages (hybridization) to investigate the genetic architecture of reproductive isolation and adaptive introgression. OurExpand
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Genome‐wide association genetics of an adaptive trait in lodgepole pine
Pine cones that remain closed and retain seeds until fire causes the cones to open (cone serotiny) represent a key adaptive trait in a variety of pine species. In lodgepole pine, there is substantialExpand
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Bayesian estimation of genomic clines
We developed a Bayesian genomic cline model to study the genetic architecture of adaptive divergence and reproductive isolation between hybridizing lineages. This model quantifies locus‐specificExpand
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Homoploid Hybrid Speciation in an Extreme Habitat
According to theory, homoploid hybrid speciation, which is hybrid speciation without a change in chromosome number, is facilitated by adaptation to a novel or extreme habitat. Using molecular andExpand
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Speciation is the process by which reproductively isolated lineages arise, and is one of the fundamental means by which the diversity of life increases. Whereas numerous studies have documented anExpand
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Admixture and the organization of genetic diversity in a butterfly species complex revealed through common and rare genetic variants
Detailed information about the geographic distribution of genetic and genomic variation is necessary to better understand the organization and structure of biological diversity. In particular,Expand
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The genomic consequences of adaptive divergence and reproductive isolation between species of manakins
The processes of adaptation and speciation are expected to shape genomic variation within and between diverging species. Here we analyze genomic heterogeneity of genetic differentiation andExpand
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Variable patterns of introgression in two sculpin hybrid zones suggest that genomic isolation differs among populations
Theory predicts that reproductive isolation may be due to intrinsic genetic incompatibilities or extrinsic ecological factors. Therefore, an understanding of the genetic basis of isolation mayExpand
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