introgressive hybridization


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introgressive hybridization

the spread of genes of one species into the germ plasma of another species as a result of hybridization.
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Introgressive hybridization was observed in the San Saba, Llano, Guadalupe and Medina Rivers.
Bidirectional introgressive hybridization between a cattle and human schistosome species.
In Lake Malawi's cichlids, the analysis of these sequences was able to distinguish two species with introgressive hybridization (MIMS et al.
We will use Next Generation Sequencing and a highly novel statistical pipeline to identify key loci and larger genomic islands that have resisted introgressive hybridization between our focal taxa.
The greatest potential for introgressive hybridization to have an impact in the evolution of a species is in areas of "much-disturbed habitats" (Stebbins, 1950).
Avise (1994) suggested that divergence between genetic and phenotypic data may represent introgressive hybridization or recent divergence of pallid and shovelnose sturgeons.
barbadense germplasm: molecular analysis of introgressive hybridization.
Otherwise, development of apomictic wheats using either introgressive hybridization or transgenic techniques faces significant challenges (Flament et al.
Cytonuclear genetic architecture in mosquitofish populations and the possible roles of introgressive hybridization.
In addition, there is evidence that introgressive hybridization may serve as a source of adaptive genetic variation (Lewontin and Birch 1966; P.