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Extinction by hybridization and introgression
▪ Abstract Nonindigenous species can bring about a form of extinction of native flora and fauna by hybridization and introgression either through purposeful introduction by humans or through habitatExpand
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Models of habitat selection have been developed primarily for mobile animals with well-defined home ranges. The assumptions made by traditional techniques about habitat availability are inappropriateExpand
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The effect of egg size variability on thermoregulation of Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) offspring and its implications for survival
  • J. Rhymer
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Oecologia
  • 1 February 1988
SummaryThere is a range of egg size phenotypes in Mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) that has a large genetic component. It was hypothesized that egg size variation could play an important role inExpand
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American Black Duck (Anas rubripes)
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Mitochondrial Analysis of Gene Flow between New Zealand Mallards (Anas Platyrhynchos) and Grey Ducks (A. Superciliosa)
ABSTP,CT.--One of the more well-known examples of hybridization in birds is the frequently documented occurrence between sexually dimorphic Mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) and several closely relatedExpand
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Population genetic structure of a rare unionid (Lampsilis cariosa) in a recently glaciated landscape
AbstractThe yellow lampmussel (Lampsilis cariosa) is a rare unionid species in need of conservation, as it is declining throughout most of its Atlantic slope range in North America. BecauseExpand
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Correlates of extra-pair fertilization success in hooded warblers
Abstract We examined correlates of extra-pair fertilization (EPF) success in the hooded warbler (Wilsonia citrina), a species where females pursue extra-pair matings. The good genes hypothesisExpand
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Ancient DNA and island endemics
SIR • Most recently extinct and currently endangered species of birds are inhabitants of islands, where the effects of anthropogenic prédation and habitat modification have been most severe'.Expand
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An experimental study of geographic variation in avian growth and development
Reciprocal transplant and “common garden” experiments were done to distinguish the genetic and environmental components of geographic variation in growth, development and morphological characters ofExpand
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