Does plasticity enhance or dampen phenotypic parallelism? A test with three lake-stream stickleback pairs.

@article{Oke2016DoesPE,
  title={Does plasticity enhance or dampen phenotypic parallelism? A test with three lake-stream stickleback pairs.},
  author={Krista B Oke and Manshoor Bukhari and Renaud Kaeuffer and Gregor Rolshausen and Katja R{\"a}s{\"a}nen and Daniel I Bolnick and Catherine L. Peichel and Andrew P. Hendry},
  journal={Journal of evolutionary biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={126-43}
}
Parallel (and convergent) phenotypic variation is most often studied in the wild, where it is difficult to disentangle genetic vs. environmentally induced effects. As a result, the potential contributions of phenotypic plasticity to parallelism (and nonparallelism) are rarely evaluated in a formal sense. Phenotypic parallelism could be enhanced by plasticity that causes stronger parallelism across populations in the wild than would be expected from genetic differences alone. Phenotypic… CONTINUE READING
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