Data from: High-resolution mapping reveals hundreds of genetic incompatibilities in hybridizing fish species

Molly Schumer, Rongfeng Cui, Daniel Powell, Rebecca Dresner, Gil G. Rosenthal, Peter Andolfatto & Daniel L Powell
Hybridization is increasingly being recognized as a common process in both animal and plant species. Negative epistatic interactions between genes with different parental ancestry decrease the fitness of hybrids and can limit gene flow between species. However, little is known about the number and genome-wide distribution of genetic incompatibilities separating species. To detect interacting genes, we perform a detailed genome scan for linkage disequilibrium between unlinked genomic regions in naturally occurring hybrid populations of swordtail...
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