Joint effects of genes underlying a temperature specialization tradeoff in yeast

Faisal AlZaben, Rachel Brem, Julie Chuong & Melanie Abrams
A central goal of evolutionary genetics is to understand, at the molecular level, how organisms adapt to their environments. For a given trait, the answer often involves the acquisition of variants at unlinked sites across the genome. Genomic methods have achieved landmark successes in pinpointing adaptive loci. To figure out how a suite of adaptive alleles work together, and to what extent they can reconstitute the phenotype of interest, requires their transfer into an exogenous...
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