Genetic linkage of ecological specialization and reproductive isolation in pea aphids

@article{Hawthorne2001GeneticLO,
  title={Genetic linkage of ecological specialization and reproductive isolation in pea aphids},
  author={D. Hawthorne and S. Via},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2001},
  volume={412},
  pages={904-907}
}
  • D. Hawthorne, S. Via
  • Published 2001
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nature
  • The evolution of ecological specialization generates biological diversity and may lead to speciation. Genetic architecture can either speed or retard this process. If resource use and mate choice have a common genetic basis through pleiotropy or close linkage, the resulting genetic correlations can promote the joint evolution of specialization and reproductive isolation, facilitating speciation. Here we present a model of the role of genetic correlations in specialization and speciation, and… CONTINUE READING
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