Do North Atlantic eels show parallel patterns of spatially varying selection?

Abstract

The two North Atlantic eel species, the European and the American eel, represent an ideal system in which to study parallel selection patterns due to their sister species status and the presence of ongoing gene flow. A panel of 80 coding-gene SNPs previously analyzed in American eel was used to genotype European eel individuals (glass eels) from 8 sampling… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-14-138

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@inproceedings{Ulrik2014DoNA, title={Do North Atlantic eels show parallel patterns of spatially varying selection?}, author={Malene G Ulrik and J M Pujolar and Anne-Laure Ferchaud and Magnus W. Jacobsen and Thomas Damm Als and Pierre Alexandre Gagnaire and Jane Frydenberg and Peder Klith B\ocher and Bjarni J{\'o}nsson and Louis Bernatchez and Michael M Hansen}, booktitle={BMC Evolutionary Biology}, year={2014} }