SELECTION FOR REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION BETWEEN TWO POPULATIONS OF MAIZE, ZEA MAYS L. ,

@article{Paterniani1969SELECTIONFR,
  title={SELECTION FOR REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION BETWEEN TWO POPULATIONS OF MAIZE, ZEA MAYS L. ,},
  author={E. Paterniani},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1969},
  volume={23}
}
  • E. Paterniani
  • Published 1969
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution
  • In considering the origin of reproductive isolation, two theories, which are not mutually exclusive, have been advanced. Muller (1939) considers that reproductive isolation between two subspecies is just a consequence of their genetic divergence following selection in geographic isolation. In this way, as the divergence proceeds, genes that prevent free interbreeding will be incorporated into the genotypes of the two subspecies. On the other hand, Dobzhansky (1940) holds that divergence does… CONTINUE READING
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