Cytonuclear genomic dissociation in African elephant species

@article{Roca2005CytonuclearGD,
  title={Cytonuclear genomic dissociation in African elephant species},
  author={A. Roca and N. Georgiadis and S. O'Brien},
  journal={Nature Genetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={37},
  pages={96-100}
}
African forest and savanna elephants are distinct species separated by a hybrid zone. Because hybridization can affect the systematic and conservation status of populations, we examined gene flow between forest and savanna elephants at 21 African locations. We detected cytonuclear dissociation, indicative of different evolutionary histories for nuclear and mitochondrial genomes. Both paternally (n = 205 males) and biparentally (n = 2,123 X-chromosome segments) inherited gene sequences indicated… Expand
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