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Isolation by distance, web service
BackgroundThe population genetic pattern known as "isolation by distance" results from spatially limited gene flow and is a commonly observed phenomenon in natural populations. However, few softwareExpand
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IBD (Isolation by Distance): a program for analyses of isolation by distance.
  • A. Bohonak
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of heredity
  • 1 March 2002
The genetic similarity among individuals or populations can be ascertained using a number of statistical techniques (reviewed by Bohonak 1999; Neigel 1997; Roderick 1996; Slatkin 1985). WhenExpand
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Dispersal, Gene Flow, and Population Structure
  • A. Bohonak
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Quarterly Review of Biology
  • 1 March 1999
The accuracy of gene flow estimates is unknown in most natural populations because direct estimates of dispersal are often not possible. These estimates can be highly imprecise or even biased becauseExpand
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Ecological and evolutionary significance of dispersal by freshwater invertebrates
Traditional expectations for how widely and how often freshwater invertebrates disperse differ from empirical data. Freshwater invertebrates have been characterized as frequent, widespreadExpand
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Understanding the genetic effects of recent habitat fragmentation in the context of evolutionary history: phylogeography and landscape genetics of a southern California endemic Jerusalem cricket
Habitat loss and fragmentation due to urbanization are the most pervasive threats to biodiversity in southern California. Loss of habitat and fragmentation can lower migration rates and geneticExpand
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Genetic structure of leopard shark (Triakis semifasciata) populations in California waters
The leopard shark (Triakis semifasciata) is an important predator in coastal marine ecosystems of California, targeted by recreational and commercial fishermen and of specific interest in fisheriesExpand
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Are hotspots of evolutionary potential adequately protected in southern California
Abstract Reserves are often designed to protect rare habitats, or “typical” exemplars of ecoregions and geomorphic provinces. This approach focuses on current patterns of organismal andExpand
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Morphological and genetic differentiation of the Black Sea harbour porpoise Phocoena phocoena
The ecological and conservation status of the geographically isolated Black Sea harbour porpoise is currently unknown. Although it has been suggested that Black Sea harbour porpoises are distinctExpand
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Genetic Signature of Rapid IHHNV (Infectious Hypodermal and Hematopoietic Necrosis Virus) Expansion in Wild Penaeus Shrimp Populations
Infectious hypodermal and hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHHNV) is a widely distributed single-stranded DNA parvovirus that has been responsible for major losses in wild and farmed penaeid shrimpExpand
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Population biology of a failed invasion: Paleolimnology of Daphnia exilis in upstate New York
Viable diapausing eggs of Daphnia exilis, a species within the Daphnia similis species complex, occur in sediments of Onondaga Lake, New York. The discovery of this species, which otherwise occursExpand
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