Shedding Light on the Grey Zone of Speciation along a Continuum of Genomic Divergence

@inproceedings{Roux2016SheddingLO,
  title={Shedding Light on the Grey Zone of Speciation along a Continuum of Genomic Divergence},
  author={Camille Roux and Christelle Fra{\"i}sse and Jonathan Romiguier and Yoann Anciaux and Nicolas Galtier and Nicolas Bierne},
  booktitle={PLoS biology},
  year={2016}
}
Speciation results from the progressive accumulation of mutations that decrease the probability of mating between parental populations or reduce the fitness of hybrids-the so-called species barriers. The speciation genomic literature, however, is mainly a collection of case studies, each with its own approach and specificities, such that a global view of the gradual process of evolution from one to two species is currently lacking. Of primary importance is the prevalence of gene flow between… CONTINUE READING
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