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1 2 Liger (male lion with female tiger) 3 Mule (male donkey + female horse) Hinny (female donkey + male horse) 4 Zebroid (female horse + male zebra) 5 6 Huelsenbeck Lecture 10 Slides page 1 of 3
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7 8 9 Knowlton et al. (1993) Divergence in proteins, mitochondrial DNA, and reproductive comp- atibility across the Isthmus of Panama. Science 260:1629–1632. 10 Reproductive isolation after divergence (Dodd, 1989) Grew four populations of fruit flies on starch-based food. Grew four populations on maltose-based medium. After letting the populations reproduce independently for some time, he found detectable genetic differences
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Unformatted text preview: using starch-gel electrophoresis. 11 Dodd (1989) Starch Maltose Starch 22 9 Maltose 8 20 Female Male Starch (same) Starch (diff.) Starch (same) 18 15 Starch (diff.) 12 15 Female Male Control 12 Huelsenbeck Lecture 10 Slides page 2 of 3 13 Evolution of the Eocene primate Pelycodus and Notharctus. 14 Evolutionary trends in Lepidolina: The increase in the diameter of the prolocus (initial chamber) of the fusulinid foraminiferan Lepidolina multiseptata. 15 16 Rhizosolenia (planktonic diatom) 17 Metrabdotos (bryozoan) 18 Huelsenbeck Lecture 10 Slides page 3 of 3...
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