Speciation along environmental gradients

  title={Speciation along environmental gradients},
  author={Michael Doebeli and Ulf Dieckmann},
Traditional discussions of speciation are based on geographical patterns of species ranges. In allopatric speciation, long-term geographical isolation generates reproductively isolated and spatially segregated descendant species. In the absence of geographical barriers, diversification is hindered by gene flow. Yet a growing body of phylogenetic and experimental data suggests that closely related species often occur in sympatry or have adjacent ranges in regions over which environmental changes… CONTINUE READING
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