Multiple approaches to detect outliers in a genome scan for selection in ocellated lizards (Lacerta lepida) along an environmental gradient.

@article{Nunes2011MultipleAT,
  title={Multiple approaches to detect outliers in a genome scan for selection in ocellated lizards (Lacerta lepida) along an environmental gradient.},
  author={Vera L. Nunes and Mark A. Beaumont and Roger K Butlin and Oct{\'a}vio S. Paulo},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2011},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={193-205}
}
Identification of loci with adaptive importance is a key step to understand the speciation process in natural populations, because those loci are responsible for phenotypic variation that affects fitness in different environments. We conducted an AFLP genome scan in populations of ocellated lizards (Lacerta lepida) to search for candidate loci influenced by selection along an environmental gradient in the Iberian Peninsula. This gradient is strongly influenced by climatic variables, and two… CONTINUE READING
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