Maternal genetic effects on adaptive divergence between anadromous and resident brook charr during early life history.

Abstract

The importance of directional selection relative to neutral evolution may be determined by comparing quantitative genetic variation in phenotype (Q(ST)) to variation at neutral molecular markers (F(ST)). Quantitative divergence between salmonid life history types is often considerable, but ontogenetic changes in the significance of major sources of genetic… (More)

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