Data from: Using Pool-seq to search for genomic regions affected by hybrid inviability in the copepod T. californicus

Thiago G. Lima & Christopher S. Willett
The formation of reproductive barriers between allopatric populations involves the accumulation of incompatibilities that lead to intrinsic postzygotic isolation. The evolution of these incompatibilities is usually explained by the Dobzhansky-Muller model, where epistatic interactions that arise within the diverging populations, lead to deleterious interactions when they come together in a hybrid genome. These incompatibilities can lead to hybrid inviability, killing individuals with certain genotypic combinations, and causing the population’s allele frequency to deviate from Mendelian...
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