The roles of recombination and selection in shaping genomic divergence in an incipient ecological species complex

Matthew Wersebe, Ryan Sherman, Punidan Jeyasingh & Lawrence Weider
Speciation genomic studies have revealed that genomes of diverging lineages are shaped jointly by the actions of gene flow and selection. These evolutionary forces acting in concert with processes such as recombination and genome features such as gene density shape a mosaic landscape of divergence. We investigated the roles of recombination and gene density in shaping the patterns of differentiation and divergence between the cyclically parthenogenetic ecological sister-taxa, Daphnia pulicaria and Daphnia pulex. First, we...
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