ON THE COYNE AND ORR-IGIN OF SPECIES: EFFECTS OF INTRINSIC POSTZYGOTIC ISOLATION, ECOLOGICAL DIFFERENTIATION, X CHROMOSOME SIZE, AND SYMPATRY ON DROSOPHILA SPECIATION
Michael Turelli, Jeremy R Lipkowitz, Yaniv Brandvain
Evolution | WILEY | Published : 2014
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The authors thank J. ("King") Coyne and H. Allen Orr for their encouragement and comments on early drafts. W. J. Etges generously shared his data on Drosophila host-plant use, and R. Yukilevich kindly answered many questions about his online data set. G. Coop, W. J. Etges, M. Noor, T. Price; D. Frank Schemske, FCS; and R. Yukilevich provided many comments, suggestions and references that greatly improved our analyses and presentation. W. J. O. Ballard and A. Kopp provided valuable field expertise. This research was supported by grants from the National Science Foundation: DEB 0815145 to MT, a National Science Foundation Bioinformatics postdoctoral fellowship to YB, and a predoctoral fellowship to JRL; and by the National Institute of Health, R01-GM-104325-01 to MT.