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Arrival and diversification of caviomorph rodents and platyrrhine primates in South America.
Platyrrhine primates and caviomorph rodents are clades of mammals that colonized South America during its period of isolation from the other continents, between 100 and 3 million years ago (Mya).Expand
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A molecular phylogeography approach to biological invasions of the New World by parthenogenetic Thiarid snails
The parthenogenetic snail Melanoides tuberculata, present in tropical fresh waters of most of the Old World before 1950, has now invaded the Neotropical area. The phylogeography of this snail wasExpand
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Primate phylogeny, evolutionary rate variations, and divergence times: a contribution from the nuclear gene IRBP.
  • C. Poux, E. Douzery
  • Medicine, Biology
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 May 2004
The first third (ca. 1200 bp) of exon 1 of the nuclear gene encoding the interstitial retinoid-binding protein (IRBP) has been sequenced for 12 representative primates belonging to Lemuriformes,Expand
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Genetic heterogeneity among Eurytemora affinis populations in Western Europe
Evolutionary diversification of the broadly distributed copepod sibling species complex Eurytemora affinis has been documented in the northern hemisphere. However, the fine scale geographicExpand
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Highly polymorphic microsatellite markers in two species, the invasive shore crabs Hemigrapsus sanguineus and Hemigrapsus takanoi (Decapoda, Varunidae)
Varunid crabs Hemigrapsus sanguineus and Hemigrapsus takanoi are species native from intertidal coastal areas in North-western Pacific and have become invasive along the Atlantic European coasts. ToExpand
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Chloroplastic and nuclear diversity of wild beets at a large geographical scale: Insights into the evolutionary history of the Beta section
Abstract Historical demographic processes and mating systems are believed to be major factors in the shaping of the intraspecies genetic diversity of plants. Among Caryophyllales, the Beta section ofExpand
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Intriguing small-scale spatial distribution of chloropastic and nuclear diversity in the endangered plant Biscutella neustriaca (Brassicaceae)
Biscutella neustriaca is an isolated plant taxon with about three thousand known individuals distributed in several fragmented populations. Despite its status as an endangered plant subject to aExpand
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Asymmetrical diversification of the receptor-ligand interaction controlling self-incompatibility in Arabidopsis
How two-component genetic systems accumulate evolutionary novelty and diversify in the course of evolution is a fundamental problem in evolutionary systems biology. In the Brassicaceae,Expand
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