Speciation in a small space.

  title={Speciation in a small space.},
  author={Jerry A. Coyne},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  volume={108 32},
D arwin’s greatest achievement was explaining how one species evolves over time, but it was not until the 1930s that biologists seriously addressed theother big problemof biodiversity: how does a single species divide into two or more lineages? The answer has involved a recurrent controversy: does that splitting, or speciation, require that populations be geographically isolated, or can species split in situ? A paper by Papadopulos et al. in PNAS (1) supports the latter idea, shedding light on… CONTINUE READING
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