Changes in transcriptomic response to salinity stress induce the brackish water adaptation in a freshwater snail

Takumi Yokomizo & Yuma Takahashi
Studying mechanisms of the establishment of a population in a novel environment allows us to examine the process of local adaptations and subsequent range expansion. In a river system, detecting genetic or phenotypic differences between a freshwater and brackish water population could contribute to our understanding of the initial process of brackish water adaptations. Here, we investigated behavioral and gene expression responses to the saltwater in a freshwater and brackish water population of the freshwater...
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