Drosophila flies in "Evolution Canyon" as a model for incipient sympatric speciation.

@article{Korol2006DrosophilaFI,
  title={Drosophila flies in "Evolution Canyon" as a model for incipient sympatric speciation.},
  author={Abraham B. Korol and Eugenia L Rashkovetsky and Konstantin G. Iliadi and Eviatar Nevo},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2006},
  volume={103 48},
  pages={18184-9}
}
The genetic basis of population divergence leading to adaptive radiation and speciation is a major unresolved problem of evolutionary biology. Molecular elucidation of "speciation genes" advanced recently, yet it remains without clear identification of the gene complexes participating in reproductive isolation between natural populations, particularly, in sympatry. Genetic divergence was discovered between Drosophila melanogaster populations inhabiting ecologically contrasting, opposite slopes… CONTINUE READING

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