Rose Rossi Schwartz

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In a recent TREE perspective, Bossart and Prowell 1 concluded that researchers estimating population structure used antiquated methods, and failed to acknowledge and test underlying model assumptions. We found these conclusions surprisingly pessimistic and decided to examine 67 papers on population structure from Evolution and Molecular Ecology (1997).(More)
Huntington's disease (HD) is a progressive neurogenetic disorder that has a 50% inheritance rate. The ability to have 100% confirmation of the illness became a reality with the discovery of the gene in 1993. The effect of confirmatory testing and the issues faced by the individual and the family facing diagnosis have not been addressed. The purpose of this(More)
Northern white-cedar (Thuja occidentalis L.) wetlands are highly valuable both commercially and as wildlife habitat. However, northern white-cedar forested wetlands are declining in area from forestry activities and development, with mitigation efforts often failing to reproduce these ecosystems. For this reason, the goal of this project was to determine(More)
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