Chromosomal inversions and ecotypic differentiation in Anopheles gambiae: the perspective from whole‐genome sequencing

Volume: 25, Issue: 23, Pages: 5889 - 5906
Published: Nov 9, 2016
Abstract
The molecular mechanisms and genetic architecture that facilitate adaptive radiation of lineages remain elusive. Polymorphic chromosomal inversions, due to their recombination-reducing effect, are proposed instruments of ecotypic differentiation. Here, we study an ecologically diversifying lineage of Anopheles gambiae, known as the Bamako chromosomal form based on its unique complement of three chromosomal inversions, to explore the impact of...
Paper Details
Title
Chromosomal inversions and ecotypic differentiation in Anopheles gambiae: the perspective from whole‐genome sequencing
Published Date
Nov 9, 2016
Volume
25
Issue
23
Pages
5889 - 5906
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