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Multicollinearity in spatial genetics: separating the wheat from the chaff using commonality analyses
Direct gradient analyses in spatial genetics provide unique opportunities to describe the inherent complexity of genetic variation in wildlife species and are the object of many methodologicalExpand
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Cadmium bioaccumulation and gastric bioaccessibility in cacao: A field study in areas impacted by oil activities in Ecuador.
Cacao from South America is especially used to produce premium quality chocolate. Although the European Food Safety Authority has not established a limit for cadmium (Cd) in chocolate raw material,Expand
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Optimizing the trade‐off between spatial and genetic sampling efforts in patchy populations: towards a better assessment of functional connectivity using an individual‐based sampling scheme
Genetic data are increasingly used in landscape ecology for the indirect assessment of functional connectivity, that is, the permeability of landscape to movements of organisms. Among availableExpand
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Demographic and genetic approaches to study dispersal in wild animal populations: A methodological review
Dispersal is a central process in ecology and evolution. At the individual level, the three stages of the dispersal process (i.e., emigration, transience and immigration) are affected by complexExpand
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Lessons from the fish: a multi-species analysis reveals common processes underlying similar species-genetic diversity correlations
Summary Species-genetic diversity correlations (SGDCs) have been investigated over a large spectra of organisms, which has greatly improved our understanding of parallel processes potentiallyExpand
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Linking epigenetics and biological conservation: Towards a conservation epigenetics perspective
1. Biodiversity conservation is a global issue where the challenge is to integrate all levels of biodiversity to ensure the long-term evolutionary potential and resilience of biological systems.Expand
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A 40-year-old divided highway does not prevent gene flow in the alpine newt Ichthyosaura alpestris
Roads are of major concern in conservation biology, as they are known to restrict animal movements through landscape fragmentation, and may therefore impact genetic patterns in native terrestrialExpand
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The relative contribution of river network structure and anthropogenic stressors to spatial patterns of genetic diversity in two freshwater fishes: A multiple‐stressors approach
Recent findings highlighted the central role of the structure of the river network in shaping spatial patterns of genetic diversity in riverscapes. However, the influence of multiple anthropogenicExpand
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Habitat choice meets thermal specialization: Competition with specialists may drive suboptimal habitat preferences in generalists
Significance In contrast to the classically expected coupling between ecological specialization and low dispersal propensity, theory predicts that dispersal with habitat choice (i.e., individualsExpand
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Regression commonality analyses on hierarchical genetic distances
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Landscape genetics is emerging as an important way of supporting decision-making in landscape management in response to the deterioration of matrix permeability due to habitat loss and fragmentation. Expand
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