Selection against migrants contributes to the rapid evolution of ecologically dependent reproductive isolation

@inproceedings{Hendry2004SelectionAM,
  title={Selection against migrants contributes to the rapid evolution of ecologically dependent reproductive isolation},
  author={Andrew P. Hendry},
  year={2004}
}
Ecologically dependent reproductive isolation (EDRI) is the decrease in gene flow that occurs when adaptive divergence reduces the fitness of individuals that move between ecological environments. A particularly simple and perhaps almost universal mechanism contributing to EDRI is natural selection against migrants themselves (i.e. before any selection against their offspring). Here I use single-locus and quantitative-genetic models to examine how quickly this mechanism can contribute to EDRI… CONTINUE READING
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