Early insights into the genetic consequences of range expansions


A ll species experience range expansions at some point in their history. Such episodes are typically shortlived; however, they can leave strong and persistent signatures in the genetic structure of the species. This realization came surprisingly late. In population genetics, ‘equilibrium’ models had been designed to be independent of history, therefore… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/hdy.2010.60


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