KAWAKAMI Takeshi

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  • Ithaca Office, Embark Veterinary, Ithaca, United States of America
  • Adaptation, Evolutionary Ecology, Genome Evolution, Hybridization / Introgression, Phylogeography & Biogeography, Population Genetics / Genomics, Speciation
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2020-01-20
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A young age of subspecific divergence in the desert locust Schistocerca gregaria, inferred by ABC Random Forest
Marie-Pierre Chapuis, Louis Raynal, Christophe Plantamp, Christine N. Meynard, Laurence Blondin, Jean-Michel Marin, Arnaud Estoup
10.1101/671867

Recommended by Takeshi Kawakami and Concetta Burgarella based on reviews by Michael D Greenfield and 2 anonymous reviewers
Estimating recent divergence history: making the most of microsatellite data and Approximate Bayesian Computation approaches

The present-day distribution of extant species is the result of the interplay between their past population demography (e.g., expansion, contraction, isolation, and migration) and adaptation to the environment. Shedding light on the timing and magnitude of key demographic events helps identify potential drivers of such events and interaction of those drivers, such as life history traits and past episodes of environmental shifts. The understanding of the key factors driving species evolution give...

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