Try Coyne (1992) Nature 355:511-515. It helps if you subscribe to the
belief that speciation is *defined* by reproductive isolation. :)
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In article <827220314 at f660.n690.z3.ftn>,
James Shotter <james at hades.omen.com.au> wrote:
>>I need some help in seeking information regarding the role of reproductive
>isolation mechanisms in speciation.
>>If someone could post me references, as so I can pursue and read, I will be
>appreciated. I have access to journals such as Nature, Annual Review of
>Genetics, Bioscience and Scientific American from libraries but I need to seek
>out only specific articles!
>>If you can help me, please email me <james at omen.com.au> or perhaps share your
>information/references in this newsgroup. Thankyou in anticipation...
>> Yours sincerely,
> James Shotter
> Western Australia