Genetic Consequences of Range Expansions

@inproceedings{Excoffier2009GeneticCO,
  title={Genetic Consequences of Range Expansions},
  author={Laurent Excoffier and Matthieu Foll and R{\'e}my J Petit},
  year={2009}
}
Although range expansions have occurred recurrently in the history of most species, their genetic consequences have been little investigated. Theoretical studies show that range expansions are quite different from pure demographic expansions and that the extent of recent gene flow conditions expected patterns of molecular diversity within and between populations. Spatially explicit simulation studies have led to unexpected and fascinating results about genetic patterns emerging after a range… CONTINUE READING

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