Longitudinal differentiation among pelagic populations in a planktic foraminifer

@inproceedings{Ujii2012LongitudinalDA,
  title={Longitudinal differentiation among pelagic populations in a planktic foraminifer},
  author={Yurika Ujii{\'e} and Takahiro Asami and Thibault de Garidel-Thoron and Hui Ying Liu and Yoshiyuki Ishitani and Colomban de Vargas},
  booktitle={Ecology and evolution},
  year={2012}
}
Evolutionary processes in marine plankton have been assumed to be dependent on the oceanic circulation system, which transports plankton between populations in marine surface waters. Gene flow facilitated by oceanic currents along longitudinal gradients may efficiently impede genetic differentiation of pelagic populations in the absence of confounding marine environmental effects. However, how responsible oceanic currents are for the geographic distribution and dispersal of plankton is poorly… CONTINUE READING