The population structure and recent colonization history of Oregon threespine stickleback determined using restriction-site associated DNA-sequencing.

@article{Catchen2013ThePS,
  title={The population structure and recent colonization history of Oregon threespine stickleback determined using restriction-site associated DNA-sequencing.},
  author={Julian M Catchen and Susan Bassham and Taylor A Wilson and Mark C. Currey and Conor O'Brien and Quick Yeates and William A Cresko},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 11},
  pages={2864-83}
}
Understanding how genetic variation is partitioned across genomes within and among populations is a fundamental problem in ecological and evolutionary genetics. To address this problem, we studied the threespine stickleback fish, which has repeatedly undergone parallel phenotypic and genetic differentiation when oceanic fish have invaded freshwater habitats. While significant evolutionary genetic research has been performed using stickleback from geographic regions that have been deglaciated in… CONTINUE READING
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