The population genetics of reinforcing selection

@article{Harper2004ThePG,
  title={The population genetics of reinforcing selection},
  author={A. A. Harper and D. Lambert},
  journal={Genetica},
  year={2004},
  volume={62},
  pages={15-23}
}
A common outcome of disruptive selection experiments between two differentiated populations which produce disadvantageous hybrids is an increase in homogamy. Experiments reported here result in another outcome when ‘classical’ selection experiments are redesigned. In these modified experiments, frequencies of genotypes in the mating population were not artificially maintained at parity but were instead determined from progeny proportions in the previous generation. In these selection lines… Expand
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