Grapes, galls, and geography: the distribution of nuclear and mitochondrial DNA variation across host-plant species and regions in a specialist herbivore.

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Studies of patterns of molecular variation in natural populations can provide important insights into a number of evolutionary problems. Among these, the question of whether geographic factors are more important than ecological factors in promoting population differentiation and ultimately speciation has been an important and contentious area in… (More)

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@article{Downie2001GrapesGA, title={Grapes, galls, and geography: the distribution of nuclear and mitochondrial DNA variation across host-plant species and regions in a specialist herbivore.}, author={Douglas A. Downie and J. R. Fisher and Jeffrey R Granett}, journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution}, year={2001}, volume={55 7}, pages={1345-62} }