Young inversion with multiple linked QTLs under selection in a hybrid zone
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Publication InfoLee, C-R; Wang, B; Mojica, JP; Mandáková, T; Prasad, KVSK; Goicoechea, JL; ... Mitchell-Olds, Thomas (2017). Young inversion with multiple linked QTLs under selection in a hybrid zone. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1(5). pp. 0119. 10.1038/s41559-017-0119. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10161/14985.
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Newman Ivey White Professor of Biology in Trinity College of Arts and Sciences
We study genetic variation in plant populations, focusing on genes that influence traits controlling plant performance in an environmental context – a central theme throughout our research in natural and agricultural populations. Much of our work is focused on the genes that affect ecological success and evolutionary fitness in natural environments. Similarly, the interaction of crop plants with their biotic and abiotic environments is controlled by complex trait variation which can be elu
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