Evolutionary genomics of oceanic island radiations

José Cerca, Darko D. Cotoras, Vanessa C. Bieker, Rishi De-Kayne, Pablo Vargas, Mario Fernández-Mazuecos, Julia López-Delgado, Oliver White, Martin Stervander, Anthony J. Geneva, Juan Ernesto Guevara Andino, Joana Isabel Meier, Lizzie Roeble, Baptiste Brée, Jairo Patiño, Juan M. Guayasamin, María de Lourdes Torres, Hugo Valdebenito, María del Rosario Castañeda, Jaime A. ChavesPatricia Jaramillo Díaz, Luis Valente, Matthew L. Knope, Jonathan P. Price, Loren H. Rieseberg, Bruce G. Baldwin, Brent C. Emerson, Gonzalo Rivas-Torres, Rosemary Gillespie, Michael D. Martin

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Resumen

A recurring feature of oceanic archipelagos is the presence of adaptive radiations that generate endemic, species-rich clades that can offer outstanding insight into the links between ecology and evolution. Recent developments in evolutionary genomics have contributed towards solving long-standing questions at this interface. Using a comprehensive literature search, we identify studies spanning 19 oceanic archipelagos and 110 putative adaptive radiations, but find that most of these radiations have not yet been investigated from an evolutionary genomics perspective. Our review reveals different gaps in knowledge related to the lack of implementation of genomic approaches, as well as undersampled taxonomic and geographic areas. Filling those gaps with the required data will help to deepen our understanding of adaptation, speciation, and other evolutionary processes.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)631-642
Número de páginas12
PublicaciónTrends in Ecology and Evolution
Volumen38
N.º7
DOI
EstadoPublicada - jul. 2023

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