Special feature--roundtable discussion. Fish models for studying adaptive evolution and speciation.

@article{Kocher2005SpecialFD,
  title={Special feature--roundtable discussion. Fish models for studying adaptive evolution and speciation.},
  author={T. Kocher and W. Jeffery and D. Parichy and C. Peichel and J. T. Streelman and G. Thorgaard},
  journal={Zebrafish},
  year={2005},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={
          147-56
        }
}
The following represents an email discussion in September 2005 on the topic of fish model systems for the study of evolution. The participants included scientists working on a range of fish model systems, including cavefish, Danios, sticklebacks, cichlids, and trout. Editing has been kept to a minimum, to maintain the character of the on-line discussion. 
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