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Gene flow between nascent species: geographic, genotypic and phenotypic differentiation within and between Aquilegia formosa and A. pubescens

Noutsos, C.; Borevitz, J. O.; Hodges, S. A.


Speciation can be described as a reduction, and the eventual cessation, in the ability to interbreed. Thus, determining how gene flow differs within and between nascent species can illuminate the relative stage the taxa have attained in the speciation process. Aquilegia formosa and A. pubescens are fully intercompatible, yet occur in different habitats and have flowers specialized for pollination by hummingbirds and hawkmoths, respectively. Using 79 SNP loci, we genotyped nearly 1000...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2014-11
Type: Journal article
Source: Molecular ecology
DOI: 10.1111/mec.12962


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