Clinal variation at microsatellite loci reveals historical secondary intergradation between glacial races of Coregonus artedi (Teleostei: Coregoninae).

@article{Turgeon2001ClinalVA,
  title={Clinal variation at microsatellite loci reveals historical secondary intergradation between glacial races of Coregonus artedi (Teleostei: Coregoninae).},
  author={J. Martin Turgeon and Louis Bernatchez},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2001},
  volume={55 11},
  pages={
          2274-86
        }
}
Classical models of the spatial structure of population genetics rely on the assumption of migration-drift equilibrium, which is seldom met in natural populations having only recently colonized their current range (e.g., postglacial). Population structure then depicts historical events, and counfounding effects due to recent secondary contact between recently differentiated lineages can further counfound analyses of association between geographic and genetic distances. Mitochondrial… CONTINUE READING

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