More on Natural Selection for the Origin of Reproductive Isolation

@article{Ehrman1973MoreON,
  title={More on Natural Selection for the Origin of Reproductive Isolation},
  author={L. Ehrman},
  journal={The American Naturalist},
  year={1973},
  volume={107},
  pages={318 - 319}
}
  • L. Ehrman
  • Published 1973
  • Biology
  • The American Naturalist
In a Letter to the Editor (Ehrman 1971), natural selection for the origin of reproductive isolation was studied via two chromosomally intersterile strains of Drosophila nmelanogaster. One replica, the B strain, had evolved a statistically significant degree of sexual isolation (isolation index 0.43 ? 0.08, where + 1.00 indicates no interstrain matings in multiple-choice direct observation tests) after 2 years of constant challenges to engage solely in intrastrain copulae. The data presented in… Expand
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