Data from: Emergence of novel fungal pathogens by ecological speciation: importance of the reduced viability of immigrants

Pierre Gladieux, Fabien Guérin, Tatiana Giraud, Valérie Caffier, Christophe Lemaire, Luciana Parisi, Frédérique Didelot & Bruno Le Cam
Expanding global trade and the domestication of ecosystems have greatly accelerated the rate of emerging infectious fungal diseases, and host-shift speciation appears to be a major route for disease emergence. There is therefore an increased interest in identifying the factors that drive the evolution of reproductive isolation between populations adapting to different hosts. Here, we used genetic markers and cross-inoculations to assess the level of gene flow and investigate barriers responsible for reproductive isolation between...
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