KARRENBERG Sophie

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  • Dpt. of Ecology and Genetics, Plant Ecology and Evolution, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
  • Adaptation, Evolutionary Ecology, Hybridization / Introgression, Speciation
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1999 Master Degree in Biology, Kiel University, Germany -2002 PhD, ETH Zurich, Switzerland - 2005 Post-doc, Indiana University, USA - 2010 ETH Zurich, Switzerland - present Associate Professor, Uppsala University, Sweden

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2020-05-14
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Potential adaptive divergence between subspecies and populations of snapdragon plants inferred from QST – FST comparisons
Sara Marin, Anaïs Gibert, Juliette Archambeau, Vincent Bonhomme, Mylène Lascoste and Benoit Pujol
10.5281/zenodo.3628168

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From populations to subspecies… to species? Contrasting patterns of local adaptation in closely-related taxa and their potential contribution to species divergence

Elevation gradients are convenient and widely used natural setups to study local adaptation, particularly in these times of rapid climate change [e.g. 1]. Marin and her collaborators [2] did not follow the mainstream, however. Instead of tackling adaptation to climate change, they used elevation gradients to address another crucial evolutionary question [3]: could adaptation to altitude lead to ecological speciation, i.e. reproductive isolation between populations in spite of gene flow? More spe...

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