The genomics of an adaptive radiation: insights across the Heliconius speciation continuum.

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Fueled by new technologies that allow rapid and inexpensive assessment of fine scale individual genomic variation, researchers are making transformational discoveries at the interface between genomes and biological complexity. Here we review genomic research in Heliconius butterflies - a radiation characterized by extraordinary phenotypic diversity in… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-7347-9_13

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@article{Supple2014TheGO, title={The genomics of an adaptive radiation: insights across the Heliconius speciation continuum.}, author={Megan E Supple and Riccardo Papa and Brian A. Counterman and W. Owen McMillan}, journal={Advances in experimental medicine and biology}, year={2014}, volume={781}, pages={249-71} }