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Identifying Canadian Freshwater Fishes through DNA Barcodes
Background DNA barcoding aims to provide an efficient method for species-level identifications using an array of species specific molecular tags derived from the 5′ region of the mitochondrialExpand
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Conservation status of imperiled north American freshwater and diadromous fishes
Abstract This is the third compilation of imperiled (i.e., endangered, threatened, vulnerable) plus extinct freshwater and diadromous fishes of North America prepared by the American FisheriesExpand
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A review of local adaptation in Salmonidac, with particular reference to Pacific and Atlantic salmon
Abstract Rapid development of aquacultural operations for various salmonids has raised concern that interbreeding between wild salmon and hatchery strays or fish that have escaped from salmon farmsExpand
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Extent and scale of local adaptation in salmonid fishes: review and meta-analysis
What is the extent and scale of local adaptation (LA)? How quickly does LA arise? And what is its underlying molecular basis? Our review and meta-analysis on salmonid fishes estimates the frequencyExpand
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Species pairs of north temperate freshwater fishes: Evolution, taxonomy, and conservation
  • E. Taylor
  • Biology
  • Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries
  • 1 December 1999
Many fish species contain morphologically, ecologically and geneticallydistinct populations that are sympatric during at least some portion oftheir life cycle. Such reproductively isolatedExpand
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Historical contingency and ecological determinism interact to prime speciation in sticklebacks, Gasterosteus
Historical contingency and determinism are often cast as opposing paradigms under which evolutionary diversification operates. It may be, however, that both factors act together to promoteExpand
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POPULATION MIXING AND THE ADAPTIVE DIVERGENCE OF QUANTITATIVE TRAITS IN DISCRETE POPULATIONS: A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR EMPIRICAL TESTS
Abstract Empirical tests for the importance of population mixing in constraining adaptive divergence have not been well grounded in theory for quantitative traits in spatially discrete populations.Expand
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THE INFLUENCE OF HISTORY AND CONTEMPORARY STREAM HYDROLOGY ON THE EVOLUTION OF GENETIC DIVERSITY WITHIN SPECIES: AN EXAMINATION OF MICROSATELLITE DNA VARIATION IN BULL TROUT, SALVELINUS CONFLUENTUS
Abstract An understanding of the relative roles of historical and contemporary factors in structuring genetic variation is a fundamental, but understudied aspect of geographic variation. We examinedExpand
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Speciation in reverse: morphological and genetic evidence of the collapse of a three‐spined stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) species pair
Historically, six small lakes in southwestern British Columbia each contained a sympatric species pair of three‐spined sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus). These pairs consisted of a ‘benthic’ andExpand
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HOW MUCH OF THE VARIATION IN ADAPTIVE DIVERGENCE CAN BE EXPLAINED BY GENE FLOW? AN EVALUATION USING LAKE‐STREAM STICKLEBACK PAIRS
  • A. Hendry, E. Taylor
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 October 2004
Abstract How much of the variation in adaptive divergence can be explained by gene flow? The answer to this question should objectively reveal whether gene flow generally places a substantialExpand
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