The genetic architecture of temperature adaptation is shaped by population ancestry and not by selection regime

Kathrin Otte, Viola Nolte, Francois Mallard & Christian Schlötterer
Understanding the genetic architecture of temperature adaptation is key for characterizing and predicting the effect of climate change on natural populations. One particularly promising approach is Evolve and Resequence (E&R), which combines advantages of experimental evolution such as time series, replicate populations and controlled environmental conditions, with whole genome sequencing. The recent analysis of replicate populations from two different Drosophila simulans founder populations, which were adapting to the same novel hot environment, uncovered very different...
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