María Teresa Cabria

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In species of great conservation concern, special attention must be paid to their phylogeography, in particular the origin of animals for captive breeding and reintroduction. The endangered European mink lives now in at least three well-separated populations in northeast, southeast and west Europe. Our aim is to assess the genetic structure of these(More)
The nucleotide sequences of the complete mitochondrial genome and nine partial nuclear genes of the Pyrenean desman (Galemys pyrenaicus) were determined in order to establish the relative phylogenetic position of this species at different taxonomic levels within the placental tree. Phylogenetic relationships of desman within the family Talpidae were(More)
The European mink (Mustela lutreola, L. 1761) is a critically endangered mustelid, which inhabits several main river drainages in Europe. Here, we assess the genetic variation of existing populations of this species, including new sampling sites and additional molecular markers (newly developed microsatellite loci specific to European mink) as compared to(More)
Human-mediated global change will probably increase the rates of natural hybridization and genetic introgression between closely related species, and this will have major implications for conservation of the taxa involved. In this study, we analyse both mitochondrial and nuclear data to characterize ongoing hybridization and genetic introgression between(More)
Maria Cristina Arias • Stéphane Aulagnier • Erin F. Baerwald • Robert M. R. Barclay • Jacqueline Silva Batista • Rochelle R. Beasley • Rodrigo A. Bezerra • Frédéric Blanc • Eli S. Bridge • Maria Teresa Cabria • Lı́via Izabela Caputo • Jie Chen • Jian-Hua Chen • Zhi Chen • Ching-Hung Chen • Pengfei Chu • Andrea Contina • Fausto Moreira da Silva Carmo •(More)
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