Examples of Speciation and Adaptive Radiation Involving Interspecific Hybridization and Changes in Chromosome Number (Abbott, Albach et al. 2013; Pennisi 2016; Grant and Grant 2017)

Taxon

References

Fungi

(Albertin and Marullo 2012)

Saccharomyces yeast

(Greig, Louis et al. 2002; Gonzalez, Barrio et al. 2008; Sipiczki 2008; Muller and McCusker 2009; Nakao, Kanamori et al. 2009; Morales and Dujon 2012; Boynton and Greig 2014; Stelkens, Brockhurst et al. 2014; da Silva, Albertin et al. 2015; Marcet-Houben and Gabaldon 2015; Wolfe 2015; Ortiz-Merino, Kuanyshev et al. 2017)

Ciliated protists

(Aury 2006)

Plants

(De Bodt, Maere et al. 2005; Cui 2006; Doyle, Flagel et al. 2008; Soltis 2009; Soltis and Soltis 2009; Hegarty, Coate et al. 2013; Payseur and Rieseberg 2016) (Goulet, Roda et al. 2017)

Tragopogon (Asteraceae)

(Lim, Soltis et al. 2008; Symonds, Soltis et al. 2010)

Pinus densata

(Mao and Wang 2011)

Primula

(Guggisberg, Baroux et al. 2008)

Sunflowers (Helianthus anomalus)

(Ungerer, Baird et al. 1998; Rieseberg, Raymond et al. 2003; Rieseberg, Kim et al. 2007)

Irises (Iris fulva, I. hexagona, and I. nelsonii)

(Arnold, Buckner et al. 1991; Arnold, Tang et al. 2010; Hamlin and Arnold 2014)

Nicotiana (Solanaceae)

(Kelly, Leitch et al. 2010; Fuentes, Stegemann et al. 2014; McCarthy, Arnold et al. 2015)

Orchidaceae

(Hulsey and Garcia-de-Leon 2013; Vega, Marques et al. 2013)

Brassica napus

(Albertin, Balliau et al. 2006; Albertin, Alix et al. 2007; Chalhoub, Denoeud et al. 2014)

Arabidopsis

(Casneuf, De Bodt et al. 2006; Schmickl, Jorgensen et al. 2010; Schmickl and Koch 2011; Schmickl, Paule et al. 2012)

Potatoes (Solanum stoloniferum and S. hjertingii)

(Pendinen, Gavrilenko et al. 2008; Marfil, Camadro et al. 2009; Pendinen, Spooner et al. 2012)

Wheats (Aegilops-Triticum group)

(Stebbins 1951; Anderson 1954; Ozkan, Levy et al. 2001; Ozkan, Tuna et al. 2003; Qi, Huang et al. 2012; Marcussen, Sandve et al. 2014)

Cotton (Gossypium)

(Flagel, Udall et al. 2008; Flagel and Wendel 2010)

Animals

(Dowling 1997; Mallet 2008; Schwenk, Brede et al. 2008)

Tephritid fruitflies

(Schwarz, Matta et al. 2005; Schwarz, Shoemaker et al. 2007)

Mosquitoes

(Crawford, Riehle et al. 2015; Norris, Main et al. 2015; Wen, Yu et al. 2016)

Tiger Swallowtail Butterflies

(Ording, Mercader et al. 2010; Kunte, Shea et al. 2011; Dupuis and Sperling 2016)

Heliconius butterflies

(Mavarez, Salazar et al. 2006; Dasmahapatra, Silva-Vasquez et al. 2007; Mallet, Beltran et al. 2007; Jiggins, Salazar et al. 2008; Salazar, Baxter et al. 2010; Heliconius 2012; Nadeau, Whibley et al. 2012; Pardo-Diaz, Salazar et al. 2012; Brower 2013; Zhang, Dasmahapatra et al. 2016)

Ants

(Helms Cahan and Keller 2003; Nonacs 2006; Kronauer, Peters et al. 2011; Leniaud, Darras et al. 2012; Darras and Aron 2015)

Sculpins (Cottus sp., Teleostei)

(Renaut 2011; Czypionka, Cheng et al. 2012)

Sailfin silversides (Teleostei)

(Herder, Nolte et al. 2006; Stelbrink, Stoger et al. 2014)

East African Cichlids

(Smith, Konings et al. 2003; Joyce, Lunt et al. 2011; Schwarzer, Swartz et al. 2012; Hulsey and Garcia-de-Leon 2013; Keller, Wagner et al. 2013; Brawand, Wagner et al. 2014; Selz, Lucek et al. 2014; Selz, Thommen et al. 2014; Magalhaes, Ornelas-Garcia et al. 2015; Svensson, Smith et al. 2016)

Sparrows

(Elgvin, Hermansen et al. 2011; Hermansen, Saether et al. 2011; Eroukhmanoff, Hermansen et al. 2013)

Yellow-rumped (Audubon’s) warbler

(Mila, Smith et al. 2007; Vallender, Robertson et al. 2007; Brelsford, Mila et al. 2011; Jacobsen and Omland 2011; Toews, Brelsford et al. 2014)

Galapagos finches (Geospiza)

(Grant 1992; Grant, Grant et al. 2004; Grant, Grant et al. 2005; Grant and Grant 2008; Grant and Grant 2014; Lamichhaney, Berglund et al. 2015; Palmer and Kronforst 2015; Almen, Lamichhaney et al. 2016; Grant and Grant 2017)

Clymene dolphin (Delphininae (Cetacea, Mammalia))

(Amaral, Jackson et al. 2012; Amaral, Lovewell et al. 2014)

Bats

(Bogdanowicz, Piksa et al. 2012; Khan, Phillips et al. 2014)

Chinese hares (genus Lepus)

(Liu, Yu et al. 2011; Wu, Xia et al. 2011)

Cats (Felidae)

(Li, Davis et al. 2016)

Colobine monkeys

(Roos, Zinner et al. 2011)

Southern African baboons

(Alberts and Altmann 2001; Tung, Charpentier et al. 2008; Zinner, Groeneveld et al. 2009; Keller, Roos et al. 2010; Ackermann, Schroeder et al. 2014)

 

 

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