Genetic bottlenecks and successful biological invasions: the case of a recent Lessepsian migrant

@article{Golani2007GeneticBA,
  title={Genetic bottlenecks and successful biological invasions: the case of a recent Lessepsian migrant},
  author={D. Golani and E. Azzurro and M. Corsini-Foka and M. Falautano and F. Andaloro and G. Bernardi},
  journal={Biology Letters},
  year={2007},
  volume={3},
  pages={541 - 545}
}
Our current understanding of the mechanisms that lead to successful biological invasions is limited. Although adaptations play a central role in biological invasions, genetic studies have so far failed to produce a unified theory. The bluespotted cornetfish, a recent Red Sea invader in the Mediterranean Sea via the Suez Canal, provides an ideal case study for research in the mechanisms of invasive genetics. In this study, we show that the invading bluespotted cornetfish underwent a severe… Expand
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