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*  The proportion of assembled haplochromine cichlid seque | Open-i
... are famous examples of adaptive radiation and explosive speciation. Here we report the collection and annotation of more than ... conclude that the four genes with a Ka/Ks ratio greater than one appear as good candidate genes for further work on the genetic ... are famous examples of adaptive radiation and explosive speciation. Here we report the collection and annotation of more than ... conclude that the four genes with a Ka/Ks ratio greater than one appear as good candidate genes for further work on the genetic ...
https://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=PMC2279125_1471-2164-9-96-1&req=4
*  Speciation: Genetic Control (S) - Speciation and Phylogenetics | Coursera
Speciation: Genetic Control (S). To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that ... Well, it's because there's an underlying genetic basis.. And by knowing the genetic differences between species that are ... speciation is probably not the answer, at least not very common.. Now imagine a situation where the heterozygotes are sterile. ... Speciation and Phylogenetics. This module gets into the nitty gritty of what causes the formation of new species, and how ...
https://fr.coursera.org/learn/genetics-evolution/lecture/1LkkI/speciation-genetic-control-s
*  KAKEN - Research Projects | Genetic studies on the speciation of Drosophila (KAKENHI-PROJECT-07304049)
Publications] Doi,M.: 'Genetic analysis of Drosophila virilis sex pheromone : genetic mapping of the locus producing Z-(11)- ... Publications] Doi,M: 'Genetic analysis of Drosophila virilis sex phenomenone:genetic mapping of the locus producing Z-(11)- ... 4)A speciation gene, Lhr of D.simulans was examined whether it rescued hybrids carrying a deficiency of D.melanogaster in the ... Publications] Uenoyama,T.: 'Genetic studies on premating isolation in Drosophola simulans. I.A D. simulans line highly crossble ...
https://kaken.nii.ac.jp/grant/KAKENHI-PROJECT-07304049/
*  explain the role of natural selection and genetic drift in speciation by citing an example zsysttdd -Biology - TopperLearning...
explain the role of natural selection and genetic drift in speciation by citing an example zsysttdd -Biology - TopperLearning. ... Explain the role of natural selection and genetic drift in speciation by citing an example. Asked by 1st March 2013, 6:40 PM ... Genetic driftrefers to random changes in gene frequencies that usually occurs in a small population and results from chance ... This is the concept of genetic drift, which provides diversity without any adaptations. ...
https://www.topperlearning.com/doubts-solutions/explain-the-role-of-natural-selection-and-genetic-drift-in-speciation-by-citing-an-example-zsysttdd/
*  Competitive speciation in quantitative genetic models. - Semantic Scholar
We study sympatric speciation due to competition in an environment with a broad distribution of resources. We assume that the ... Competitive speciation in quantitative genetic models.. @article{Drossel2000CompetitiveSI, title={Competitive speciation in ... Incipient allochronic speciation due to non-selective assortative mating by flowering time, mutation and genetic drift.. CĂ©line ... Speciation and the evolution of dispersal along environmental gradients. Simone K. Heinz, Rupert Mazzucco, Ulf Dieckmann ...
https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Competitive-speciation-in-quantitative-genetic-Drossel-McKane/b78a22512ad287000909d640c82083b50859d7cf
*  KAKEN - Research Projects | Population-genetic researches on the speciation and extinction of the freshwater prawn...
Population-genetic researches on the speciation and extinction of the freshwater prawn Macrobrachium.. Research Project ... The genetic diversity of population (average heterozygosity) remarkably declined in the medium and large-egg populations in ... Macrobrachium / Speciation / Allozyme analysis / Gene flow / Freshwater prawn / Population-genetics / Parallel evolution / Egg ... Estuarine small-egg populations are considered to maintain genetic circulation over a wide geographic range through the sea ...
https://kaken.nii.ac.jp/grant/KAKENHI-PROJECT-07640850/
*  Genetic Consequences of Interspecific Hybridization, Its Role in Speciation and Phenotypic Diversity of Plants | SpringerLink
Abstract The review focuses on the genetic consequences of interspecific hybridization and discusses its role in speciation and ... increasing the genetic diversity of plants, including the diversity of... ... Genetic Consequences of Interspecific Hybridization, Its Role in Speciation and Phenotypic Diversity of Plants. ... The review focuses on the genetic consequences of interspecific hybridization and discusses its role in speciation and ...
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1134%2FS1022795419030141
*  Mechanisms of Ecological Divergence and Speciation: Genetic and Neurophysiological Bases for Fruit Volatile Discrimination...
Mechanisms of Ecological Divergence and Speciation: Genetic and Neurophysiological Bases for Fruit Volatile Discrimination ... In conclusion, my research advanced the study of speciation in R. pomonella by revealing a potentially key aspect of the ... In Chapter 4, I attempted to resolve the genetic architecture of host fruit odor discrimination based on a genome wide ... Changes in behavior are often the impetus for speciation. Olfactory discrimination has played a key role in the ecologically ...
https://curate.nd.edu/show/h989r210t1f
*  Speciation in Western Scrub-Jays, Haldane's rule, and genetic clines in secondary contact
... ... "Speciation in Western Scrub-Jays, Haldane's rule, and genetic clines in secondary contact." Springer Verlag. June 19, 2014. ... Therefore, it is important when studying speciation and species limits in female-heterogametic species like birds to assess the ... Lineage-specific plumage traits were associated with nuclear genetic profiles for individuals in the hybrid zone, indicating ...
https://kuscholarworks.ku.edu/handle/1808/15173
*  Wildlife Forensics: Methods and Applications | Forensics | Analytical Chemistry | Chemistry | Subjects | Wiley
Additional Genetic Speciation Methods 259. Limitations of Genetic Speciation 260. Sample Sexing 261 ... where her work focuses on the application of genetic methods to wildlife law enforcement and conservation management. She runs ...
https://www.wiley.com/en-us/Wildlife+Forensics%3A+Methods+and+Applications-p-9780470662588
*  Jeffrey Townsend, PhD | Yale School of Public Health
Genetic Speciation; Host-Pathogen Interactions; Genetic Phenomena; Mathematical Concepts; Metabolic Phenomena; Organisms; ... Genetic Engineering; Microbiological Phenomena; Models, Genetic; Models, Theoretical; Mycoses; Neoplasm Metastasis; Neoplasms; ... Population genetic modeling of HGT suggests several key quantities are important to designing any sampling-based assay of ... Atkins KE, Townsend JP, Medlock J, Galvani AP: Epidemiological mechanisms of genetic resistance to kuru. J R Soc Interface. ...
https://medicine.yale.edu/ysph/people/jeffrey_townsend-2.profile
*  Genetic basis of plant adaptation and speciation - Plant genetics - Confluence
We study the genetic basis of adaptation in Arabidopsis lyrata and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris). Some studies have also ... In addition, we are developing basic genetic tools, comparative maps and markers and biological resources for the two species. ... We also examine patterns of incipient speciation in pines, partly in a collaboration with Langzhou University, China. ...
https://wiki.oulu.fi/display/PGG/Genetic+basis+of+plant+adaptation+and+speciation
*  The B Chromosomes of the Grasshopper Eyprepocnemis Plorans and the Intragenomic Conflict | SpringerLink
Genetic speciation in the grasshopper Eyprepocnemis plorans. Chromosoma 16: 548-578.Google Scholar ... B chromosomes Eyprepocnemis plorans genetic conflict host-parasite dynamics This is a preview of subscription content, log in ... Selfish genetic elements: long-range dynamics predicted by non-equilibrium models. Trends Ecol. Evol. 12: 376-378.Google ... PRS (Paternal Sex Ratio) chromosomes: the ultimate selfish genetic element. Genetica, this issue. White, M.J.D., 1973. Animal ...
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1023%2FA%3A1022311320394
*  Faculty | YALE Climate Change and Health Initiative | Yale School of Public Health
Genetic Speciation; Host-Pathogen Interactions; Genetic Phenomena; Mathematical Concepts; Organisms; Phenomena and Processes ... Genetic Engineering; Microbiological Phenomena; Models, Genetic; Models, Theoretical; Mycoses; Neoplasm Metastasis; Neoplasms; ... established a large birth cohort study in China to investigate effects of various environmental and other exposures and genetic ...
https://publichealth.yale.edu/climate/faculty/index.aspx
*  Publicaties | NLBIF.nl
Remove Genetic Speciation filter Genetic Speciation. *Mitochondrial (1) Apply Mitochondrial filter *Mitochondrial: genetics (1) ... Diversification in North American arid lands: niche conservatism, divergence and expansion of habitat explain speciation in the ... from North America is used to evaluate the influence of climate on speciation. With a long evolutionary history,... ...
https://www.nlbif.nl/nl/over-gbif/publicaties?f%255B0%255D=field_article_keywords%253A413&f%255B1%255D=field_article_keywords%253A3926&f%5B0%5D=field_article_keywords%3A986&f%5B1%5D=field_article_keywords%3A970&f%5B2%5D=field_article_keywords%3A1363
*  Maximum Likelihood bootstrap consensus tree with 1000 b | Open-i
... second intermediate host found in a localised geographic region reveals genetic heterogeneity and possible cryptic speciation. ... The degree of genetic diversity present would suggest the use of targeted regimes designed to minimise the selection of ... The degree of genetic diversity present would suggest the use of targeted regimes designed to minimise the selection of ... Some sites harbour several species and within a site there could be considerable intra-species genetic diversity. There is no ...
https://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=PMC3974680_pntd.0002778.g002&req=4
*  Frequent 'genetics' Questions - Biology Stack Exchange
How is genetic speciation defined?. What determines speciation at a molecular level? At what point does a scientist determine ... Evolution of the Redundancy of the Genetic Code. In short Looking at the genetic code, it appears that most redundancy is on ... What is the standing genetic variation?. I am reading this review. In the first part, the author introduces Standing Genetic ... Redundancy of the genetic code. One particular codon codes only for one amino acid, but an amino acid can be coded for by ...
https://biology.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/genetics?sort=frequent&
*  Nitin Phadnis - Bioscience - The University of Utah
... genes that are important for hybrid dysfunction in evolutionarily young species that are in the process of ongoing speciation, ... Speciation, genetic conflict segregation distortion, chromosome mechanics. Research In his seminal work "On the Origin of ... 1. The molecular basis of speciation:. Speciation - the process by which one species splits into two - involves the evolution ... 2011) Genetic architecture of male sterility and segregation distortion in Drosophila pseudoobscura Bogota-USA hybrids. ...
https://www.bioscience.utah.edu/faculty/phadnis/index.php
*  Genetic Coupling of Female Mate Choice with Polygenic Ecological Divergence Facilitates Stickleback Speciation. | Shared...
... genetic coupling') can facilitate speciation [2-4]. Here, we perform a direct test for genetic coupling by mapping both ... Genetic Coupling of Female Mate Choice with Polygenic Ecological Divergence Facilitates Stickleback Speciation.. Publication ... Ecological speciation with gene flow is widespread in nature [1], but it presents a conundrum: how are associations between ... Furthermore, a polygenic genetic model that explains adaptation to contrasting benthic and limnetic feeding niches [5] also ...
https://sharedresources.fredhutch.org/publications/papers/genetic-coupling-female-mate-choice-polygenic-ecological-divergence-facilitates
*  Introduction to Genetics and Evolution | Coursera
Speciation: Effects of Geography (S). *. Video. : Speciation: Genetic Control (S). *. Video. : Reading Evolutionary Trees (G) ... This module extends the previous one to specifically examine the effects of natural selection and genetic drift on genetic ... It begins to discuss how recombination is leveraged in classic genetic works as well as mapping simple genetic traits using ... Speciation and Phylogenetics. This module gets into the nitty gritty of what causes the formation of new species, and how ...
https://www.coursera.org/learn/genetics-evolution
*  A null model for microbial diversification | PNAS
2016) Bacterial speciation: Genetic sweeps in bacterial species. Curr Biol 26:R112-R115. ... 2015) Genetic diversity of the fliC genes encoding the flagellar antigen H19 of Escherichia coli and application to the ... 2015) A complete view of the genetic diversity of the Escherichia coli O-antigen biosynthesis gene cluster. DNA Res 22:101-107. ... To assess genetic diversity patterns within each group, we selected markers frequently used for this purpose: the 16S rRNA gene ...
https://www.pnas.org/content/114/27/E5414.long
*  Latitude, elevational climatic zonation and speciation in New World vertebrates. | NLBIF.nl
Altitude, Animals, biodiversity, Biological Evolution, climate, Genetic Speciation, Geography, Latin America, North America, ... Home / GBIF data in publicaties / Latitude, elevational climatic zonation and speciation in New World vertebrates.. Voer uw ... Latitude, elevational climatic zonation and speciation in New World vertebrates.. Auteur: Carlos Daniel Cadena, Kenneth H. ... However, it is unclear whether a general relationship exists among latitude, climatic zonation and the ecology of speciation. ...
https://www.nlbif.nl/nl/publications/latitude-elevational-climatic-zonation-and-speciation-new-world-vertebrates?destination=publications%3Ff%25255B0%25255D%3Dfield_article_keywords%25253A1035%26f%25255B1%25255D%3Dfield_article_keywords%25253A404%26f%25255B2%25255D%3Dfield_article_keywords%25253A2703%26f%255B0%255D%3Dfield_article_keywords%253A929
*  Phys.org - phylogeny
Forensic speciation: Splicing genetic and phylogenic trees of life. (Phys.org)-The Tree of Life is a beautiful and elegant ...
https://phys.org/tags/phylogeny/sort/popular/all/
*  The rate-shifting pattern at site 414 of gp120, display | Open-i
Genetic Speciation. *Geography. *HIV Infections/genetics. *Humans. *Phylogeny. *Proteomics/methods. *Time Factors ...
https://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=PMC2566816_pcbi.1000214.g004&req=4