The geography of introgression in a patchy environment and the thorn in the side of ecological speciation

@article{Bierne2013TheGO,
  title={The geography of introgression in a patchy environment and the thorn in the side of ecological speciation},
  author={N. Bierne and Pierre-Alexandre Gagnaire and P. David},
  journal={Current Zoology},
  year={2013},
  volume={59},
  pages={72-86}
}
When incompletely isolated taxa coexist in a patchy environment (e.g. mosaic hybrid zones, host-race complexes), patterns of variation may differ between selected traits/genes and neutral markers. While the genetic structure of selected traits/loci tends to coincide with habitat variables (producing Genetic-Environment Association or GEA), genetic differentiation at neutral loci unlinked to any selected locus rather depends on geographic connectivity at a large scale (e.g. Isolation- By… Expand
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