An Empirical Analysis Rejects the Hybrid Speciation Hypothesis of a Crucial Kiwifruit Species, Despite Genomic Evidence of Frequent Interspecific Gene Flow in the Genus.

An Empirical Analysis Rejects the Hybrid Speciation Hypothesis of a Crucial Kiwifruit Species, Despite Genomic Evidence of Frequent Interspecific Gene Flow in the Genus.

Hybrid speciation is a vital strategy to generate species variety. In basic, nonetheless, interspecific hybridization is definitely confused with the formation of hybrid species. Using the genomic resequencing information of the kiwifruit genus (Actinidia), not less than ten species have been documented lately as homoploid hybrid species, and thus a two-layer mode of species diversification … Read more