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R. Wang, J. Wakeley, und J. Hey. Genetics147 (3):
1091-1106(1997)In three species of Drosophila, looks at three different nuclear loci (two of which is on the X chromosome) and finds evidence of recent gene flow in one, but not in the other two. Cites mtDNA and allozyme studies as well, with differing conclusions..
M. Macholan, P. Munclinger, M. Sugerkova, P. Dufkova, B. Bimova, E. Bozikova, J. Zima, und J. Pialek. Evolution61 (4):
746-771(2007)The "first comprehensive study of the introgression of both autosomal and sex-chromosome markers across the central European portion of the hybrid zone between two house mouse subspecies, Mus musculus musculus and M. m. domesticus."
Gets different results for autosomal and X-linked loci. Used four microsats, seven (enzymatic) autosomal loci, and five X-linked loci. Has data from about 1500 mice. Lots of fancy 2-D cline fitting. Estimates strength of selection from fitted cline shapes. Has "sobering" conclusions about the difficulty of such an analysis..
S. Vollmer, und S. Palumbi. Science296 (5575):
2023-2025(2002)Shows with nuclear and mitochondrial markers that a "species" is actually a F1 hybrid that doesn't contribute much to the gene pool but may live potentially forever as asexually reproducing colonies. Shows unidirectional mtDNA introgression on the basis of one species having different mtDNA types and the other only one..