The frequency of fitness peak shifts is increased at expanding range margins due to mutation surfing.


Dynamic species' ranges, those that are either invasive or shifting in response to environmental change, are the focus of much recent interest in ecology, evolution, and genetics. Understanding how range expansions can shape evolutionary trajectories requires the consideration of nonneutral variability and genetic architecture, yet the majority of empirical… (More)
DOI: 10.1534/genetics.108.087890


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