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DNA sequence variation of the mitochondrial control region among geographically and morphologically remote European brown trout Saltno trutta populations
Throughout its natural range, the brown trout Salmo trutta L. exhibits a complex pattern of morphological and life‐history variation. This has led to considerable taxonomic confusion, hampering theExpand
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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. Queller & Goodnight’s (1989) and Lynch & Ritland’s (1999) estimators of pairwise relatednessExpand
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The coupling hypothesis: why genome scans may fail to map local adaptation genes
Genomic scans of multiple populations often reveal marker loci with greatly increased differentiation between populations. Often this differentiation coincides in space with contrasts in ecologicalExpand
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Subspecific origin and haplotype diversity in the laboratory mouse
Here we provide a genome-wide, high-resolution map of the phylogenetic origin of the genome of most extant laboratory mouse inbred strains. Our analysis is based on the genotypes of wild-caught miceExpand
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Wild mice: an ever-increasing contribution to a popular mammalian model.
Classical laboratory inbred strains of mice have been extremely helpful for research in immunology and oncology, and more generally, for the analysis of complex traits. Unfortunately, because theyExpand
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Geographic structure in the European flat oyster (Ostrea edulis L.) as revealed by Microsatellite polymorphism.
Genetic differentiation of the flat oyster (Ostrea edulis) was studied along the European coast, from Norway to the Black Sea, by means of variation at five microsatellite loci. The results show aExpand
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Introgression patterns in the mosaic hybrid zone between Mytilus edulis and M. galloprovincialis
Hybrid zones are fascinating systems to investigate the structure of genetic barriers. Marine hybrid zones deserve more investigation because of the generally high dispersion potential of planktonicExpand
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Origin and radiation of the house mouse: clues from nuclear genes
Although quite a lot is known about the genetic structure of the polytypic species Mus musculus at the periphery of its range, the centre of origin and dispersion of the species remains unknown. ToExpand
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