2015. Driscoll, Carlos, Yamaguchi, Nobuyuki, O’Brien, Stephen J, and Macdonald, David W. The wildcat (Felis silvestris ssp.) is a conservation concern largely due to introgressive hybridization with its congener F. s. catus, the common ... Journal of Heredity.
2016. Christe, Camille, Stölting, Kai N., Paris, Margot, Fraїsse, Christelle, Bierne, Nicolas, and Lexer, Christian. Speciation often involves repeated episodes of genetic contact between divergent populations before reproductive isolation (RI) is complete. Whole-... Molecular Ecology. University of Fribourg, University of Montpellier, and University of Vienna.
2011. Paun, Ovidiu, Bateman, Richard M., Fay, Michael F., Luna, Javier A., Moat, Justin, Hedrén, Mikael, and Chase, Mark W. Background: Hybridization and polyploidy are potent forces that have regularly stimulated plant evolution and adaptation. Dactylorhiza majalis s.s.... BMC Evolutionary Biology. University of Vienna, Royal Botanic Gardens, and Lund University.
2015. Cornille, Amandine, Feurtey, Alice, Gélin, Uriel, Ropars, Jeanne, Misvanderbrugge, Kristine, Gladieux, Pierre, and Giraud, Tatiana. Gene flow is an essential component of population adaptation and species evolution. Understanding of the natural and anthropogenic factors affectin... Evolutionary Applications. Uppsala University, University of Paris-Sud, French National Centre for Scientific Research, Université de Sherbrooke, and Forestry and Game Management Research Institute.
2018. Fijarczyk, Anna, Dudek, Katarzyna, Niedzicka, Marta, and Babik, Wieslaw. The importance of interspecific introgression as a source of adaptive variation is increasingly recognized. Theory predicts that beneficial genetic... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Jagiellonian University.
2010. Cabria, Maria Teresa, Michaux, Johan R, Gómez-Moliner, Benjamín J, Skumatov, Dimitry, Maran, Tiit, Fournier, Pascal, López de Luzuriaga, Javier, and Zardoya, Rafael. Human-mediated global change will probably increase the rates of natural hybridization and genetic introgression between closely related species, a... Molecular Ecology. University of Liège, University of the Basque Country, Russian Research Institute of Game Management and Fur Farming, Engels Street, 79, Kirov, Russia*, Species Conservation Lab, Tallinn Zoological Gardens, Paldiski Road 145, Tallinn 13522, Estonia*, Groupe de Recherche et d’Etudes pour la Gestion de l’Environnement (GREGE), Route de Préchac, 33730 Villandraut, France*, Avenida de Gasteiz, no. 91‐70B, 01009 Vitoria‐Gasteiz, Spain*, and Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales.
2012. Keller, Stephen R., Gilbert, Kimberly J., Fields, Peter D., and Taylor, Douglas R. Species invading new ranges are subject to a series of demographic events that can strongly shape genetic diversity. Describing this demographic hi... Molecular Ecology. University of Maryland, College Park and University of Virginia.
2012. Thielsch, Anne, Völker, Elke, Kraus, Robert H. S., and Schwenk, Klaus. Microsatellite markers are important tools in population, conservation and forensic studies and are frequently used for species delineation, the de... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of Koblenz and Landau, Department of Ecology and Evolution, Goethe University – Biologicum, Max‐von‐Laue‐Straße 13, 60438 Frankfurt am Main, Germany*, and Senckenberg Museum.
2017. Thielsch, Anne, Knell, Alexis, Mohammadyari, Ali, Petrusek, Adam, and Schwenk, Klaus. Background: Genetically divergent cryptic species are frequently detected by molecular methods. These discoveries are often a byproduct of molecula... BMC Evolutionary Biology. University of Koblenz and Landau, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, and Charles University.
2013. Jäckel, Regina, Mora, Diana, and Dobler, Susanne. Infections with maternally inherited Wolbachia bacteria may have dramatic influences on reproductive traits and speciation patterns of their hosts.... Molecular Ecology. University of Hamburg.