Genetic and morphological divergence in the warm-water planktonic foraminifera genus Globigerinoides

@inproceedings{Morard2019GeneticAM,
  title={Genetic and morphological divergence in the warm-water planktonic foraminifera genus Globigerinoides},
  author={Rapha{\"e}l Morard and Angelina F{\"u}llberg and Geert-Jan A. Brummer and Mattia Greco and Lukas Jonkers and Andr{\'e} Wizemann and Agnes K. M. Weiner and Kate Darling and Michael Siccha and Ronan Ledevin and Hiroshi Kitazato and Thibault de Garidel-Thoron and Colomban de Vargas and Michal Ku{\vc}era},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2019}
}
The planktonic foraminifera genus Globigerinoides provides a prime example of a species-rich genus in which genetic and morphological divergence are uncorrelated. To shed light on the evolutionary processes that lead to the present-day diversity of Globigerinoides, we investigated the genetic, ecological and morphological divergence of its constituent species. We assembled a global collection of single-cell barcode sequences and show that the genus consists of eight distinct genetic types… CONTINUE READING

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