Local Adaptation, Coadaptation, and Population Boundaries

@article{Templeton1986LocalAC,
  title={Local Adaptation, Coadaptation, and Population Boundaries},
  author={A. R. Templeton and H. Hemmer and G. Mace and U. Seal and W. Shields and D. Woodruff},
  journal={Zoo Biology},
  year={1986},
  volume={5},
  pages={115-125}
}
  • A. R. Templeton, H. Hemmer, +3 authors D. Woodruff
  • Published 1986
  • Biology
  • Zoo Biology
  • Coadaptation can occur either because of local adaptation in a geographically widespread population and/or because of intrinsic adaptation to the state of other genes or chomosomes. In either event, hybridization between animals with differently coadapted gene or chromosomal complexes can result in a decrease in fertility, viability, etc. in the initial hybrids and especially in later generations. This is known as an outbreeding depression. Moreover, releasing animals not adapted to the local… CONTINUE READING
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