*Alaska Fish and Wildlife Research Center, US Fish & Wildlife Service, 1011 E. tudor Rd, Anchorage, AL 99503, USA.
Cytonuclear genetic architecture in mosquitofish populations and the possible roles of introgressive hybridization
Version of Record online: 14 APR 2008
Volume 2, Issue 3, pages 139–149, June 1993
How to Cite
SCRIBNER, K. T. and AVISE, J. C. (1993), Cytonuclear genetic architecture in mosquitofish populations and the possible roles of introgressive hybridization. Molecular Ecology, 2: 139–149. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.1993.tb00103.x
This Paper is the third in a series resulting from K. T. Scribner's doctoral studies which examines the effects of population level processes on microevolutionary changes within populations of hybridizing Gambusia species. Earlier experimental studies characterized differences in genotype-specific life-history traits and how these differences translated into differential rates of recruitment, mortality, and concomitantly to population changes in gene frequency. With this paper the story comes full circle as hypotheses concerning the rate and direction of evolution within Gambusia hybrid zones which were formulated based on experimental data are examined in natural populations.
- Issue online: 14 APR 2008
- Version of Record online: 14 APR 2008
- Received 18 September 1992; revision received 13 January 1993; accepted 22 January 1993
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