Biological invasions and phenotypic evolution: a quantitative genetic perspective

@article{Bacigalupe2008BiologicalIA,
  title={Biological invasions and phenotypic evolution: a quantitative genetic perspective},
  author={Leonardo D Bacigalupe},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2008},
  volume={11},
  pages={2243-2250}
}
Among the many different components of global environmental change, biological invasions represent the one with the most long-term ecological and evolutionary consequences, as effects are irreversible. Although the ecological impact of invasive species has been under great scrutiny, its evolutionary aspects and consequences have remained less explored. Once established, an important part of the success of an invasive species will depend on the presence of genetic variation in populations at the… CONTINUE READING
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