Relative developmental success of interspecific Lepomis hybrids as an estimate of gene regulatory divergence between species.

@article{Parker1985RelativeDS,
  title={Relative developmental success of interspecific Lepomis hybrids as an estimate of gene regulatory divergence between species.},
  author={Henry Randolph Parker and David P. Philipp and Gregory S. Whitt},
  journal={The Journal of experimental zoology},
  year={1985},
  volume={233 3},
  pages={
          451-66
        }
}
The developmental success of interspecific Lepomis hybrids is used as an index of gene regulatory divergence between the green sunfish, L. cyanellus, and each of three other parental species, longear sunfish, L. megalotis, warmouth, L. gulosus, and bluegill, L. macrochirus. This gene regulatory divergence is compared to the degree of structural gene divergence among these four species (genetic distance [Nei, '78], D, ranged from 0.206 to 0.586). The developmental success of the hybrid embryos… CONTINUE READING
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