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HIGH FIDELITY OF MITOCHONDRIAL GENOME TRANSMISSION UNDER THE DOUBLY UNIPARENTAL MODE OF INHERITANCE IN FRESHWATER MUSSELS (BIVALVIA: UNIONOIDEA)
Abstract.— Doubly uniparental inheritance (DUI) of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) has been demonstrated in both mytilid and unionid bivalves. Under DUI, females pass on their mtDNA to both sons andExpand
AN ELECTROPHORETIC STUDY OF EVOLUTION IN CAPSICUM (SOLANACEAE)
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The technique of starch gel electrophoresis is used to provide data for a different perspective of evolution in Capsicum, suggesting two lines of evolution which may eventually require some realignment at the generic level. Expand
Genetic structure after forest fragmentation: a landscape ecology perspective on Acer saccharum
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Estimates of gene flow indicate that postfragmentation gene flow rates are higher than prefragmentation rates, and that sugar maple's high potential for long-dista... Expand
Phylogenetic systematics of the Rana signata complex of Philippine and Bornean stream frogs: reconsideration of Huxley's modification of Wallace's Line at the Oriental-Australian faunal zone interface
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The analyses of morphometric and allozyme data indicate that most previously-recognized Philippine and Bornean subspecies of the Rana signata complex should be recognized as full species in appreciation of their status as independent evolutionary lineages, but none provides support for the monophyly of its Philippine members. Expand
Electrophoretic evidence of relationships among Quercus (oaks) of eastern North America
An evaluation of electrophoretic analysis as a potential tool for elucidating systematic relationships of Quercus utilized 478 trees representing 10 species from subgenus Erythrobalanus and 8 fromExpand
Electrophoretic evidence of reticulate evolution in the Appalachian Asplenium complex
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Data is presented from starch gel electrophoresis of 11 enzyme systems, coded by 15 interpretable loci, which are highly consistent with the proposed relationships in the Appalachian Asplenium complex and demonstrate the potential, as well as some of the limitations, of allozyme data to elucidate parentages of allopolyploid taxa. Expand
Effects of contaminants on the frequencies of allozymes in populations of the central stoneroller
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Electrophoretic determination of genetic structure in fishes appears to be sensitive to changes in water quality and may be a useful tool for monitoring the health of aquatic populations. Expand
Genetic differentiation among laboratory populations of Hyalella azteca: Implications for toxicology
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Three divergent groups were identified in laboratory stocks of H. azteca and the high level of genetic differentiation among populations indicated that the Burlington and New York populations were distinct species of Hyalella. Expand
Population genetic structure of three freshwater mussel (Unionidae) species within a small stream system: significant variation at local spatial scales
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It is hypothesised that species of mussels that are common to large rivers exhibit relatively large amounts of within-population genetic variation and little differentiation over large geographical distances, and species typical of small streams show lower within- Population genetic variation, and populations will be more isolated. Expand
Genetic relationships in Abies (fir) of eastern United States: an electrophoretic study
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Genetic distances among populations ranged from 0.10 to 0.03 and linked populations of A. balsamea var. Expand
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