Genetic differentiation among sympatric cuckoo host races: males matter.

@article{Fossy2011GeneticDA,
  title={Genetic differentiation among sympatric cuckoo host races: males matter.},
  author={Frode Foss\oy and Anton Antonov and Arne Moksnes and Eivin R\oskaft and Johan Reinert Vikan and Anders Pape M\oller and Jacqui Anne Shykoff and B{\aa}rd Gunnar Stokke},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2011},
  volume={278 1712},
  pages={1639-45}
}
Generalist parasites regularly evolve host-specific races that each specialize on one particular host species. Many host-specific races originate from geographically structured populations where local adaptations to different host species drive the differentiation of distinct races. However, in sympatric populations where several host races coexist, gene flow could potentially disrupt such host-specific adaptations. Here, we analyse genetic differentiation among three sympatrically breeding… CONTINUE READING
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