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Introgressive hybridization.

by Anderson, Edgar

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Published by J. Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hybridization, Vegetable,
  • Irises (Plant)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 103-106.

    SeriesBiological research series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH423 .A5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 109 p.
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6044916M
    LC Control Number49002448

    hybridization (YCH) across 25 replicate model runs for each of the three networks simulated. The mid-line in the boxes is the median, the lower and the upper end of the boxes are the 25 th and the 75 percentiles, the lower and upper whiskers are the 10 th and the 90 percentiles. 90 percentile are represented by the dots.   This system is well known for the discovery of two newly formed (i.e. approximately YBP) polyploid, hybrid taxa: (i) the tetraploid Senecio eboracensis formed from introgressive hybridization between the British Isles-native, tetraploid Senecio vulgaris and the introduced diploid species Senecio squalidus (Abbott et al. ; Lowe and.

    High levels of bidirectional introgressive hybridization were found between the two Atlantic North American hakes Merluccius albidus and M. bilinearis in their overlapping distribution area between the 34 and the 42°N parallels, employing mitochondrial and nuclear DNA markers. Absence of F1 hybrids, and varied levels of bidirectional introgression, indicate long-time hybridization and Cited by: Introduction. Hybridization, the crossbreeding between individuals of different species, and introgression, the transfer of genes between species mediated primarily by backcrossing, have been the focus of evolutionary studies over many decades (see Anderson, ; Arnold, ; Rieseberg and Carney, ).Hybridization is potentially a creative evolutionary process, Cited by:

    Introgressive Hybridization, in In the first chapter of his book, Anderson used the morpholo-gical variation found in naturally occurring parental and hybrid populations of the plants known as Louisiana Irises (as reported by Riley, ) to illustrate the process of File Size: KB. hybridization and hybrid backcrossing that partly out-weighs overall hybrid inferiority (Dowling and Secor ). Furthermore, temporal variability is expected to increase the potential for hybridization and intro-gression because of changing selection (Dowling and Secor ). For example, introgressive hybridization.


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Introgressive hybridization by Anderson, Edgar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introgressive hybridization definition is - the spread of genes of one species into the gene complex of another as a result of hybridization between numerically dissimilar populations in which extensive backcrossing prevents formation of a single stable population.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anderson, Edgar, Introgressive hybridization. New York, J. Wiley, Introgressive hybridization. book Document Type. Introgression in Iris: a typical example. The ecological basis of introgression. The genetic basis of introgression. Introgression in finite populations.

Introgression and evolution. Special techniques for the study of introgression. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anderson, Edgar, Introgressive hybridization. New York, Hafner Pub. Co., [©] (OCoLC)   The presence of introgressive hybridization in the wild, especially that resulting from human interference, can have negative impacts on biodiversity.

Genetic tools provide essential information for species and hybrid identification, facilitating the conservation of natural resources. Here, we tested a set of markers to precisely elucidate introgressive hybridization Cited by: item 3 Introgressive Hybridization by Edgar Anderson (English) Paperback Book Free Ship - Introgressive Hybridization by Edgar Anderson (English) Paperback Book Free Ship.

$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first. Title. Introgressive hybridization. Related Titles. Series: Biological research series By. Anderson, Edgar, Type. Book Material. Published material. Introgressive hybridization Item Preview remove-circle Hybridization, Vegetable, Iris (Plant), Hybridization, Plants Publisher New York, J.

Wiley This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also WorldCat (this item) plus Pages:   Key Difference – Hybridization vs Introgression.

Genetic extinction is a popular concept that comes under c extinction explains how the introduction of subspecies and crossing over has resulted in the extinction of certain genes or alleles from a population.

Hybridization and Introgression are two modes where genetic extinction could take. Christopher Wills, in Advances in Genetics, B Opportunities for introgression. Opportunities for introgression abound in our history.

Modern humans and Neanderthals coexisted for between years in Western Europe. The exact nature of their interaction has been the subject of substantial controversy, summarized in Banks et al.

().In the Middle East. Cases in which an individual has the organelle genotype characteristic of one taxon, but the nuclear genotype of a second, could be due to retention of an ancestral polymorphism for the organelle genotype or to introgressive only might retention of ancestral polymorphism be confounded with hybridization, but both phenomena are expected to become.

In summary, introgressive hybridization is a diversity-generating mechanism that, theoretically, is more likely to allow adaptive response to environmental change for species under certain conditions: (1) the environmental change affects potential to persist but not overly so, (2) the mating system has low stochasticity in mating success and Cited by: introgressive hybridization: the spread of genes of one species into the germ plasma of another species as a result of hybridization.

Introgressive-hybridization definition, the introduction of genes from one species into the gene pool of another species, occurring when matings between the.

Introgressive Hybridization by Edgar Anderson Hardcover Book Free Shipping. $ Free shipping. Increased Variability in Populations Following Natural Hybridization. Very Good: A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition.

No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) included for Seller Rating: % positive. Introgressive hybridization is a common natural phenomenon. Since this phenomenon was first described (Anderson and Hubricht, ), many examples of introgressive hybridization in both animals and plants have been reported (Anderson,Anderson,Mayr,Barton and Hewitt,Arnold and Bennett,Arnold, Cited by:   Introgressive hybridization is a multi-step process by which genetic material from one population infiltrates into another, genetically differentiated population [].In order for introgressive hybridization to take place, F 1 hybrids must initially be produced between the two species.

In nature, such hybrid formation is often a rare event owing to the presence of Cited by: Introgressive Hybridization By Edgar Anderson. (Wiley Biological Research Series.) Pp. ix + (New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.; London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd.

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+ pp. Abstract: The term introgression has been used to indicate the infiltration or flow of genes genes Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details from one species into another through hybridization hybridization Subject Category: Techniques techniques Subject Category: Techniques.

Key words. Cyprinidae, cytochrome b, gene diversity, Gila, introgressive hybridization, ND2, single-stranded con-formational polymorphism. Received Aug Accepted J The role of hybridization in evolution has been the subject of considerable research, particularly as it relates to the gen.Introgressive Hybridization in Potato Revealed by Novel Cytogenetic and Genomic Technologies Article (PDF Available) in American Journal of Potato Research June with Reads.Such hybridization is expected, given the occurrence of introgression between a variety of Canis species, including the close relatives of C.

familiaris, the gray wolf, and the coyote. For example, introgressive. 88 r. W27 -W i-W6. D18a -D18b 52 D3 D26a D26b. W5 n- D8a D8b.