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THE EVOLUTION OF HOUSE MICE
The house mouse is the most recent phylogenetic offshoot of the genus Mus.
DNA sequence variation of the mitochondrial control region among geographically and morphologically remote European brown trout Saltno trutta populations
This study exemplified the usefulness of mitochondrial DNA sequence analysis for estimating phylogenetic relationships within S. trutta populations by determining DNA sequence variation in segments of the mitochondrial control region for 151 individuals representing 24 populations.
IDENTIX , a software to test for relatedness in a population using permutation methods
The computer program IDENTIX estimates relatedness in natural populations using multilocus genotypic data and the null hypothesis of no relatedness is tested using a permutation method that compares the observed distribution of the moments of pairwise relatedness coefficients to that expected in unstructured population.
The coupling hypothesis: why genome scans may fail to map local adaptation genes
It is argued that endogenous genetic barriers are often more likely than local adaptation to explain the majority of Fst‐outlying loci observed in genome scan approaches – even when these are correlated to environmental variables.
Practical isozyme genetics.
Origin and radiation of the house mouse: mitochondrial DNA phylogeny
The calibration of the evolutionary rate of mtDNA in mice suggests that the mouse settlement in this region could be as old as 900 000 years, which agrees well with the idea that the origin of the radiation was in the northern Indian subcontinent.
European sea bass genome and its variation provide insights into adaptation to euryhalinity and speciation
Comparing predictions of alternative demographic models to the joint allele-frequency spectrum indicates that genomic islands of differentiation between sea bass lineages were generated by varying rates of introgression across the genome following a period of geographical isolation.
Molecular phylogenies in the genus Mus: Comparative analysis of electrophoretic, scnDNA hybridization, and mtDNA RFLP data
The estimation of divergence time between different taxa showed that the genus Mus is very young, and it appears that mtDNA evolves three to six times faster than scnDNA.
Subspecific origin and haplotype diversity in the laboratory mouse
A genome-wide, high-resolution map of the phylogenetic origin of the genome of most extant laboratory mouse inbred strains is provided, based on the genotypes of wild-caught mice from three subspecies of Mus musculus.