2021. Bontrager, Megan, Usui, Takuji, Lee-Yaw, Julie, Anstett, Daniel, Branch, Haley, Hargreaves, Anna, Muir, Christopher, and Angert, Amy. Every species experiences limits to its geographic distribution. Some evolutionary models predict that populations at range edges are less well-ada... Evolution. University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, University of Lethbridge, McGill University, and University of Hawaii System.
2020. MacPherson, Ailene, Keeling, Matthew, and Otto, Sarah. Antagonistic coevolution has long been suggested to help maintain host genetic variation. While, ecological and epidemiological feedbacks are known... Evolution. University of Toronto, University of Warwick, and University of British Columbia.
2011. Taylor, Eric B., Gerlinsky, Carling, Farrell, Nicole, and Gow, Jennifer L. Ecological speciation is the evolution of reproductive isolation as a direct or indirect consequence of divergent natural selection. Reduced perfor... Evolution. University of British Columbia.
2016. Vines, Timothy H., Dalziel, Anne C., Albert, Arianne, Veen, Thor, Schulte, Patricia Marita, Schluter, Dolph, Schulte, Patricia M., and Albert, Arianne Y. K. Strong ecological selection on a genetic locus can maintain allele frequency differences between populations in different environments, even in the... Evolution. University of British Columbia, Saint Mary's University, The University of Texas at Austin, and Women's Health Research Institute.
2020. Henriques, Gil and Osmond, Matthew. The adaptation of populations to changing conditions may be affected by interactions between individuals. For example, when cooperative interaction... Evolution. University of British Columbia and University of California, Davis.
2011. Roze, Denis and Otto, Sarah P. Anisogamy is known to generate an important cost for sexual reproduction (the famous "twofold cost of sex"). However, male-female differences may h... Evolution. French National Centre for Scientific Research and University of British Columbia.
2013. Andrew, Rose L. and Rieseberg, Loren H. Early in speciation, when populations are undergoing the transition from local adaptation to incipient species, is when a number of transient, but ... Evolution. University of British Columbia.
2013. Harmon, Luke J., Losos, Jonathan B., Davies, T. Jonathan, Gillespie, Rosemary G., Gittleman, John L., Bryan Jennings, W., Kozak, Kenneth H., McPeek, Mark A., Moreno-Roark, Franck, Near, Thomas J., Purvis, Andy, Ricklefs, Robert E., Schluter, Dolph, Schulte II, James A., Seehausen, Ole, Sidlauskas, Brian L., Torres-Carvajal, Omar, Weir, Jason T., and Mooers, Arne Ø. George Gaylord Simpson famously postulated that much of life's diversity originated as adaptive radiations—more or less simultaneous divergences of... Evolution. University of Idaho, Harvard University, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, University of California, Berkeley, University of Georgia, Humboldt State University, University of Minnesota, Dartmouth College, Clarkson University, Yale University, Imperial College London, University of Missouri–St. Louis, University of British Columbia, University of Bern, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, and Simon Fraser University.
2011. Yeaman, Sam and Otto, Sarah P. There is a long tradition in population genetics of exploring the maintenance of variation under migration-selection balance using deterministic mo... Evolution. University of British Columbia.
2015. Gilbert, Kimberly Julie, Whitlock, Michael C., and Gilbert, Kimberly J. Effective population size is a fundamental parameter in population genetics, evolutionary biology and conservation biology, yet its estimation can ... Evolution. University of British Columbia.