Adaptation with gene flow across the landscape in a dune sunflower.

  title={Adaptation with gene flow across the landscape in a dune sunflower.},
  author={Rose L. Andrew and Katherine L. Ostevik and Daniel P. Ebert and Loren H. Rieseberg},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  volume={21 9},
Isolation by adaptation increases divergence at neutral loci when natural selection against immigrants reduces the rate of gene flow between different habitats. This can occur early in the process of adaptive divergence and is a key feature of ecological speciation. Despite the ability of isolation by distance (IBD) and other forms of landscape resistance to produce similar patterns of neutral divergence within species, few studies have used landscape genetics to control for these other forces… CONTINUE READING
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