Predictability and parallelism in the contemporary evolution of hybrid genomes

Quinn K. Langdon, Daniel L. Powell, Bernard Kim, Shreya M. Banerjee, Cheyenne Payne, Tristram O. Dodge, Ben Moran, Paola Fascinetto-Zago & Molly Schumer
Hybridization between species is widespread across the tree of life. As a result, many species, including our own, harbor regions of their genome derived from hybridization. Despite the recognition that this process is widespread, we understand little about how the genome stabilizes following hybridization, and whether the mechanisms driving this stabilization tend to be shared across species. Here, we dissect the drivers of variation in local ancestry across the genome in replicated hybridization events between...
2 citations reported since publication in 2021.
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