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Gene Flow Constrains and Facilitates Genetically Based Divergence in Quantitative Traits

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FITZPATRICK, Sarah W., Corey A. HANDELSMAN, Julian TORRES-DOWDALL, Emily W. RUELL, E. Dale BRODER, John A. KRONENBERGER, David N. REZNICK, Cameron K. GHALAMBOR, Lisa M. ANGELONI, W. Chris FUNK, 2017. Gene Flow Constrains and Facilitates Genetically Based Divergence in Quantitative Traits. In: Copeia. 105(3), pp. 462-474. ISSN 0045-8511. eISSN 1938-5110. Available under: doi: 10.1643/CI-16-559

@article{Fitzpatrick2017Const-40906, title={Gene Flow Constrains and Facilitates Genetically Based Divergence in Quantitative Traits}, year={2017}, doi={10.1643/CI-16-559}, number={3}, volume={105}, issn={0045-8511}, journal={Copeia}, pages={462--474}, author={Fitzpatrick, Sarah W. and Handelsman, Corey A. and Torres-Dowdall, Julian and Ruell, Emily W. and Broder, E. Dale and Kronenberger, John A. and Reznick, David N. and Ghalambor, Cameron K. and Angeloni, Lisa M. and Funk, W. Chris} }

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