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Reproductive isolation at contact zones


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Title: Reproductive isolation at contact zones
Authors: Perini, Samuel
E-mail: samuel.perini@gu.se
Issue Date: 18-Jan-2021
University: Göteborgs universitet. Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten
Institution: Department of Marine Sciences ; Institutionen för marina vetenskaper
Parts of work: Johannesson, K., A. Le Moan, S. Perini and C. Andre, 2020 A Darwinian laboratory of multiple contact zones. Trends Ecol Evol 35: 1021–1036.
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Perini, S., R. K. Butlin, K. Johannesson and A. M. Westram, Manuscript Evolutionary patterns of divergence using short INDELs and SNPs.

Perini, S., M. Rafajlović, A. M. Westram, K. Johannesson and R. K. Butlin, 2020 Assortative mating, sexual selection, and their consequences for gene flow in Littorina. Evolution 74: 1482–1497.
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Perini, S., R. K. Butlin, A. M. Westram and K. Johannesson, Manuscript Timing of the start of sperm transfer in Littorina saxatilis.
Date of Defence: 2021-02-26
Disputation: fredagen den 26 februari 2021 kl. 10.00 i Tjärnö marina laboratorium, Hörsalen, Laboratorievägen 10, 452 96 Strömstad
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Publication type: Doctoral thesis
Keywords: hybrid zone
gene flow
genetic variants
mating
local adaptation
marine species
speciation
Abstract: Speciation is among the most important evolutionary processes that contribute to biodiversity. It involves the formation of new species that have become reproductively isolated through a process that is not linear and varies in time and space. For divergent populations that still exchange genes, questions remain on how selective forces and demographic history can influence the maintenance and/or accumulation of multiple barriers to gene flow. In this thesis, I tackle these questions using contac... more
ISBN: 978-91-8009-210-4 (PRINT)
978-91-8009-211-1 (PDF)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/67013
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