Pooled ecotype sequencing reveals candidate genetic mechanisms for adaptive differentiation and reproductive isolation.


The early stages of speciation are often characterized by the formation of partially reproductively isolated ecotypes, which evolve as a by-product of divergent selective forces that are endemic to different habitats. Identifying the genomic regions, genes and ultimately functional polymorphisms that are involved in the processes of ecotype formation is… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/mec.13881