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Consequences of farmed-wild hybridization across divergent wild populations and multiple traits in salmon.
Theory predicts that hybrid fitness should decrease as population divergence increases. This suggests that the effects of human-induced hybridization might be adequately predicted from the knownExpand
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Differences in transcription levels among wild, domesticated, and hybrid Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) from two environments.
Escaped domesticated individuals can introduce disadvantageous traits into wild populations due to both adaptive differences between population ancestors and human-induced changes duringExpand
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Mitochondrial phylogeography of the European sprat (Sprattus sprattus L., Clupeidae) reveals isolated climatically vulnerable populations in the Mediterranean Sea and range expansion in the northeast
We examined the genetic structure of the European sprat (Sprattus sprattus) by means of a 530-bp sequence of the mitochondrial control region from 210 fish originating from seven sampling localitiesExpand
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Imprints from genetic drift and mutation imply relative divergence times across marine transition zones in a pan-European small pelagic fish (Sprattus sprattus)
Geographic distributions of most temperate marine fishes are affected by postglacial recolonisation events, which have left complex genetic imprints on populations of marine species. This studyExpand
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Population size, habitat fragmentation, and the nature of adaptive variation in a stream fish
Whether and how habitat fragmentation and population size jointly affect adaptive genetic variation and adaptive population differentiation are largely unexplored. Owing to pronounced genetic drift,Expand
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Genetic structure of the common impala (Aepyceros melampus melampus) in South Africa: phylogeography and implications for conservation
We analysed 131 common impala (Aepyceros melampus melampus) samples from two provinces in South Africa (Limpopo and KwaZulu-Natal) that are separated by the Drakensberg Mountain Range using sequencesExpand
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Is telomere length a molecular marker of past thermal stress in wild fish?
Telomeres protect eukaryotic chromosomes; variation in telomere length has been linked (primarily in homoeothermic animals) to variation in stress, cellular ageing and disease risk. Moreover,Expand
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Quantitative Genetic Variation in, and Environmental Effects on, Pathogen Resistance and Temperature-Dependent Disease Severity in a Wild Trout.
Health after pathogen contact varies among individuals because of differences in pathogen load (which is limited by resistance) and disease severity in response to pathogen load (which is limited byExpand
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Effects of domestication on parr maturity, growth, and vulnerability to predation in Atlantic salmon
Domestication can change fitness-related traits. We investigated domestication-induced changes in fitness-related traits in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) under naturally enriched laboratory conditi...
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Multigenerational hybridisation and its consequences for maternal effects in Atlantic salmon
Outbreeding between segregating populations can be important from an evolutionary, conservation and economical-agricultural perspective. Whether and how outbreeding influences maternal effects inExpand
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