Natural selection hampers divergence of reproductive traits in a seed beetle

@article{Fricke2010NaturalSH,
  title={Natural selection hampers divergence of reproductive traits in a seed beetle},
  author={C. Fricke and C. Andersson and G. Arnqvist},
  journal={Journal of Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={23}
}
Speciation is thought to often result from indirect selection for reproductive isolation. This will occur when reproductive traits that cause reproductive isolation evolve (i) as a by‐product of natural selection on traits with which they are genetically correlated or (ii) as an indirect result of diversifying sexual selection. Here, we use experimental evolution to study the degree of divergent evolution of reproductive traits by manipulating the intensity of natural and sexual selection in… Expand
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