Data from: Gene flow, divergent selection and resistance to introgression in two species of morning glories (Ipomoea)

Joanna L. Rifkin, Allan S. Castillo, Irene T. Liao & Mark D. Rausher
Gene flow is thought to impede genetic divergence and speciation by homogenizing genomes. Recent theory and research suggests that strong enough divergent selection can overpower gene flow, leading to islands of divergence. However, there are alternative explanations for these patterns. Independent evidence that islands of divergence are due to divergent selection would allow these explanations to be distinguished, but such evidence is scarce. Here we present multiple lines of evidence that islands of divergence in...
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