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Selection, linkage, and population structure interact to shape genetic variation among threespine stickleback genomes
The outcome of selection on genetic variation depends on the geographic organization of individuals and populations as well as the syntenic organization of loci within the genome. Spatially variable selection between marine and freshwater habitats has had a significant and heterogeneous impact on patterns of genetic variation across the genome of threespine stickleback fish. When marine stickleback invade freshwater habitats, more than a quarter of the genome can respond to divergent selection,doi:10.1101/471870 fatcat:yqrjgzhnlvdhpjta6fmw3sf7wm