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Spatially Explicit Analysis of Genome-Wide SNPs Detects Subtle Population Structure in a Mobile Marine Mammal, the Harbor Porpoise
The population structure of the highly mobile marine mammal, the harbor porpoise (Phocoena phocoena), in the Atlantic shelf waters follows a pattern of significant isolation-by-distance. TheExpand
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Characterization of a de novo assembled transcriptome of the Common Blackbird (Turdus merula)
Background In recent years, next generation high throughput sequencing technologies have proven to be useful tools for investigations concerning the genomics or transcriptomics also of non-modelExpand
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Discovery of a new breeding population of the Vulnerable Swinhoe’s Rail Coturnicops exquisitus confirmed by genetic analysis
The ‘Vulnerable’ Swinhoe’s Rail Coturnicops exquisitus is believed to occur in only two regions in Russia’s Far East and China’s Heilongjiang province, separated by more than 1,000 km. RecentExpand
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Increased Populations of Endangered Cranes After Amur River Flood
Abstract. Dam construction on the Zeya River, which is an important tributary of the Amur River in Far East Russia, has caused significant declines in water levels and frequency of floods in theExpand
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Chloroplast and mitochondrial genetic variation of larches at the Siberian tundra-taiga ecotone revealed by de novo assembly
Larix populations at the tundra-taiga ecotone in northern Siberia are highly under-represented in population genetic studies, possibly due to the remoteness of these regions that can only be accessedExpand
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Migration Timing of Pallas's Grasshopper-Warbler Locustella certhiola and Lanceolated Warbler L. lanceolata at a Stopover Site in the Russian Far East
Abstract The aim of our study was to describe the migration timing of two Siberian Locustella species at a breeding site in the Russian Far East. Our results show, that juvenile Lanceolated WarblerExpand
Migration timing of Pallas’s Grasshopper-warbler Locustella certhiola and Lanceolated Warbler L. lanceolata at a stopover site in the Russian Far East
The aim of our study was to describe the migration timing of two Siberian Locustella species at a breeding site in the Russian Far East. Our results show, that juvenile Lanceolated Warbler LocustellaExpand
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Anthropogenic and natural barriers affect genetic connectivity in an Alpine butterfly
Dispersal is a key biological process serving several functions including connectivity among populations. Habitat fragmentation caused by natural or anthropogenic structures may hamper dispersal,Expand
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Characterisation of polymorphic microsatellite loci in three copper butterfly species (Lycaena spp.)
The genus Lycaena is widely used for studying life history evolution, local adaptation, stress biology, and behavior. Furthermore, several species are currently declining and thus of conservationExpand
Studying Speciation: Genomic Essentials and Approaches
A genome comprises the entire genetic material of an organism and consists of DNA, which is in turn constructed of hundreds to billions of nucleotides. Nucleotides are organic molecules composed ofExpand