Bromeliad population genetics reveals species cohesion against the odds.

Abstract

A traditional view of the nature of species holds that populations within species maintain genetic cohesion through substantial intraspecific gene flow and that the whole genome of a species is protected from interspecific gene flow by strong reproductive isolation. Both aspects of this view have been challenged. Reproductive barriers between recently… (More)

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