Natural selection in populations subject to a migration load.

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Migration tends to oppose the effects of divergent natural selection among populations. Numerous theoretical and empirical studies have demonstrated that this migration-selection balance constrains genetic divergence among populations. In contrast, relatively few studies have examined immigration's effects on fitness and natural selection within recipient… (More)

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@article{Bolnick2007NaturalSI, title={Natural selection in populations subject to a migration load.}, author={Daniel I Bolnick and Patrik Nosil}, journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution}, year={2007}, volume={61 9}, pages={2229-43} }