Domino Joyce
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Domino A Joyce


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I am interested in the mechanisms which shape biodiversity, from the effects of selection at individual loci, to the behavioural aspects of mate preference which may cause populations to diverge, and also the larger scale genomic processes involved in adaptive radiations. My recent work has focused on haplochromine cichlids, since they display an incredibly diverse array of morphological and behavioural phenotypes and they seem to undergo adaptive radiations readily.

Evolutionary Studies

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Senior Lecturer

University of Hull
School of Biological, Biomedical and Environmental Sciences

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