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History and extent of introgressive hybridization in Puget Sound rockfishes (Sebastes auriculatus, S. caurinus, and S. maliger)

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Title History and extent of introgressive hybridization in Puget Sound rockfishes (Sebastes auriculatus, S. caurinus, and S. maliger)
Creator Schwenke, Piper
Subject coalescence; introgression; mitochondria; nuclear introns; phylogenetics; sequence Fisheries and aquatic sciences Molecular biology Fisheries
Description Natural hybridization is common in closely related species especially where they invade novel habitat. The patterns of introgressive hybridization are often asymmetrical and are attributed to various influences from selection to gene flow and dispersal. Hybridization has previously been detected in S. auriculatus, S. caurinus, and S. maliger in Puget Sound (the southern Salish Sea) but the details of the history and direction of introgression are incomplete. These Pacific rockfish species... Thesis (Master's)--University of Washington, 2012
Contributor Hauser, Lorenz
Date 2013-02-25T17:59:15Z 2013-02-25T17:59:15Z 2013-02-25 2012
Type Thesis
Format application/pdf
Identifier Schwenke_washington_0250O_10735.pdf http://hdl.handle.net/1773/21967
Language en_US

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