Data from: Individual inversions or their combinations: which is the main selective target in a natural population of Drosophila subobscura?

Goran Zivanovic, ConcepciĆ³ Arenas & Francesc Mestres
It is generally accepted that chromosomal inversions have been key elements in adaptation and speciation processes. In this context, D. subobscura has been, and still is, an excellent model species due to its rich chromosomal polymorphism. In this species, many analyses from natural populations have demonstrated the adaptive potential of individual inversions (and their overlapped combinations, the so called arrangements). However, little information is available on the evolutionary role of combinations generated by inversions located...
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