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.
2015. Schwery, Orlando, Onstein, Renske Emilie, Bouchenak-Khelladi, Yanis, Xing, Yao-Wu, Carter, Richard John, Linder, Hans Peter, Onstein, Renske E., Xing, Yaowu, and Carter, Richard J. Mountains are often more species-rich than lowlands. This could be the result of migration from lowlands to mountains, of a greater survival rate i... New Phytologist. University of Zurich.
2016. Leasi, Francesca, Andrade, S.C., and Norenburg, Jon. Most meiofaunal species are known to have a broad distribution with no apparent barriers to their dispersion. However, different morphological and/... Molecular Ecology. National Museum and National Museum of Natural History.
2017. Oppold, Ann-Marie, Schmidt, Hanno, Rose, Marcel, Hellman, Sören Lukas, Dolze, Florian, Ripp, Fabian, Weich, Bettina, Schmidt-Ott, Urs, Schmidt, Erwin, Kofler, Robert, Hankeln, Thomas, and Pfenninger, Markus. Active transposable elements (TEs) may result in divergent genomic insertion and abundance patterns among conspecific populations. Upon secondary c... Molecular Ecology. Goethe University Frankfurt, Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, University Medical Center of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, University of Chicago, and University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna.
2011. Horn, Agnès. Chromosomal rearrangements are proposed to promote genetic differentiation between chromosomally differentiated taxa and therefore promote speciati... Evolution. University of Lausanne.
2017. Sirkiä, Päivi Maria, McFarlane, S. Eryn, Jones, William, Wheatcroft, David, Ålund, Murielle, Rybinski, Jakub, and Qvarnstrom, Anna. Divergence in the onset of reproduction can act as an important source of reproductive isolation (i.e. allochronic isolation) between co-occurring ... Evolution. University of Helsinki and Animal EcologyDepartment of Ecology and Genetics Norbyvägen 18d SE‐752 36 Uppsala Sweden*.
2019. Reif, Jiří, Reifova, Radka, Skoracka, Anna, and Kuczyński, Lechosław. 1. The role of interspecific competition for generating patterns in species’ distribution is hotly debated and studies taking into account processe... Journal of Animal Ecology. Palacký University, Olomouc, Charles University, and Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.
2014. Lucek, Kay, Lemoine, Mélissa, Seehausen, Ole, Lucek, K., Lemoine, M., and Seehausen, O. Although rapid phenotypic evolution during range expansion associated with colonization of contrasting habitats has been documented in several taxa... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Bern and University of Zurich.
2018. Abbate, Jessica L., Gladieux, Pierre, Hood, Michael E., de Vienne, Damien M., Antonovics, Janis, Snirc, Alodie, and Giraud, Tatiana. The competitive exclusion principle postulates that different species can only coexist in sympatry if they occupy distinct ecological niches. The g... Molecular Ecology. University of Montpellier, University of Paris-Saclay, AgroParisTech, French National Centre for Scientific Research, and University of Virginia.
2013. Veen, Thor, Faulks, Joseph, Tyler, Frances, Lloyd, Jodie, and Tregenza, Tom. Reproductive barriers reduce gene flow between populations and maintain species identities. A diversity of barriers exist, acting before, during an... Evolutionary Ecology. University of British Columbia and University of Exeter.