Natural selection and genetic diversity in the butterfly Heliconius melpomene

Simon Martin, M Möst, WJ Palmer, C Salazar, WO McMillan, Francis Jiggins & Christopher Jiggins
A combination of selective and neutral evolutionary forces shape patterns of genetic diversity in nature. Among the insects, most previous analyses of the roles of drift and selection in shaping variation across the genome have focused on the genus Drosophila. A more complete understanding of these forces will come from analysing other taxa that differ in population demography and other aspects of biology. We have analysed diversity and signatures of selection in the neotropical Heliconius...

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