Species-wide survey reveals the various flavors of intraspecific reproductive isolation in yeast.

@article{Hou2016SpecieswideSR,
  title={Species-wide survey reveals the various flavors of intraspecific reproductive isolation in yeast.},
  author={Jing Hou and T{\'e}o Fournier and Joseph Schacherer},
  journal={FEMS yeast research},
  year={2016},
  volume={16 5}
}
Exploring the origin and extent of reproductive isolation within the same species is valuable to capture early events to the onset of speciation. In multiple genetic models, reproductive isolation was recently observed at the intraspecific scale, indicating that the raw potential for speciation segregates readily within populations, which could be a rule rather than an exception in a broad context. We briefly recapitulate the molecular evidence of intrinsic post-zygotic isolation in major model… CONTINUE READING
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