Epigenetic induction may speed up or slow down speciation with gene flow: code and data

Philip Greenspoon, Hamish Spencer & Leithen M'Gonigle
Speciation is less likely to occur when there is gene flow between nascent species. Natural selection can oppose gene flow and promote speciation if there is variation in ecological conditions among the nascent species' locations. Previous theory on ecological speciation with gene flow has focused primarily on the role of genetic variation in ecological traits, largely neglecting the role of non-genetic inheritance or transgenerational plasticity. Here we present the simulation code and data from models...
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