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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.
2017. Sotka, Erik E., Baumgardner, Aaron W., Bippus, Paige M., Destombe, Claude, Duermit, Elizabeth A., Endo, Hikaru, Flanagan, Ben A., Kamiya, Mits, Lees, Lauren E., Murren, Courtney J., Nakaoka, Masahiro, Shainker, Sarah J., Strand, Allan E., Terada, Ryuta, Valero, Myriam, Weinberger, Florian, Krueger-Hadfield, Stacy A., and Destombe, Christophe. Rapid evolution of non-native species can facilitate invasion success, but recent reviews indicate that such microevolution rarely yields expansion... Evolutionary Applications. Kagoshima University, Hokkaido University, College of Charleston, Evolutionary Biology and Ecology of Algae, Fukui Prefectural University, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Sorbonne University, and Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel (GEOMAR); Kiel Germany*.
2011. Calsbeek, Brittny, Patel, Manisha, Lavergne, Sebastien, and Molofsky, Jane. Evolutionary processes such as migration, genetic drift, and natural selection are thought to play a prominent role in species invasions into novel... Evolutionary Applications. North Carolina State University, Department of Plant Biology, and French National Centre for Scientific Research.
2017. Gustafson, Kyle D., Hawkins, Michelle G., Drazenovich, Tracy L., Church, Robert, Brown, Susan A., and Ernest, Holly B. Domestication and breeding for human-desired morphological traits can reduce population genetic diversity via founder events and artificial selecti... Evolutionary Applications. University of Wyoming, University of California, Davis, and Rosehaven Exotic Animal Veterinary Services; Batavia IL USA*.
2013. Parepa, Madalin, Fischer, Markus, Krebs, Christine, and Bossdorf, Oliver. Hybridization is one of the fundamental mechanisms by which rapid evolution can occur in exotic species. If hybrids show increased vigour, this cou... Evolutionary Applications. University of Tübingen and University of Bern.