This Week in PLOS

In PLOS Genetics, an American team including investigators from Monsanto and the Universities of California, Minnesota, and Georgia used population genomics to explore the roots of divergence and speciation in ecologically distinct sister species of yellow monkeyflower, called Mimulus guttatus and M. nasutus. Based on genomic data for 13 M. guttatus plants, five plants from a M.

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