Linked selection, differential introgression and recombination rate variation promote heterogeneous divergence in a pair of yellow croakers

Le Wang, Shufang Liu, Yang Yang, Zining Meng & Zhimeng Zhuang
Understanding the mechanisms underlying heterogeneous genomic divergence is of particular interest in evolutionary biology. Highly differentiated genomic regions, known as genomic islands, often evolve between diverging lineages. These genomic islands may be related to selection promoting adaptation or reproductive isolation. Based on whole genome assembly and genome-wide RAD sequencing in a pair of yellow croakers (genus: Larimichthys), we investigated the evolutionary processes shaping genomic landscapes of divergence. Demographic modelling indicated that the two species diverged...
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