Gene Flow and the Geographic Structure of Natural Populations
There is abundant geographic variation in both morphology and gene frequency in most species. The extent of geographic variation results from a balance of forces tending to produce local genetic differentiation and forces tending to produce genetic homogeneity.
Slatkin, M. 1987. Gene flow and the geographic structure of natural populations. Science 236:787–236.
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