Chromosomal Evolution and Speciation

Chromosomal speciation is one among the most important modes of the origin of latest species through the splitting of pre-existent species. New species might originate by gene evolution, and conjointly by the establishment of post‐mating reproductive isolation through structural chromosome rearrangements. The latter might induce low‐hybrid fitness, generated by macromutations, and even by micromutations, that is, molecular changes inflicting meiotic disturbances (e.g. GC incompatibilities), though the latter awaits empirical support.

  • Chromosomal speciation
  • Evolution of Species
  • Evolutionary Genomics

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