Quantifying the impact of gene flow on phenotype-environment mismatch: a demonstration with the scarlet monkeyflower Mimulus cardinalis.

@article{Paul2011QuantifyingTI,
  title={Quantifying the impact of gene flow on phenotype-environment mismatch: a demonstration with the scarlet monkeyflower Mimulus cardinalis.},
  author={John R Paul and Seema Nayan Sheth and Amy Lauren Angert},
  journal={The American naturalist},
  year={2011},
  volume={178 Suppl 1},
  pages={S62-79}
}
Geographic range margins offer testing grounds for limits to adaptation. If range limits are concordant with niche limits, range expansions require the evolution of new phenotypes that can maintain populations beyond current range margins. However, many species' range margins appear static over time, suggesting limits on the ability of marginal populations to evolve appropriate phenotypes. A potential explanation is the swamping gene flow hypothesis, which posits that asymmetrical gene flow… CONTINUE READING
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