- Autores: Donnelly MJ, Steen K, Weetman D, Wilding CS, Pinto J
- Journal: Molecular Biology and Evolution
- Link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Gene+Flow-Dependent+Genomic+Divergence+between+Anopheles+gambiae+M+and+S+Forms.
Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto exists as two often-sympatric races termed the M and S molecular forms, characterized by fixed differences at an X-linked marker. Extreme divergence between M and S forms at pericentromeric “genomic islands” suggested that selection on variants therein could be driving interform divergence in the presence of ongoing gene flow, but recent work has detected much more widespread genomic differentiation.