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The genetic structure of Australasian green turtles (Chelonia mydas): exploring the geographical scale of genetic exchange
Ecological and genetic studies of marine turtles generally support the hypothesis of natal homing, but leave open the question of the geographical scale of genetic exchange and the capacity ofExpand
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Mitochondrial gene rearrangements confirm the parallel evolution of the crab-like form
The repeated appearance of strikingly similar crab–like forms in independent decapod crustacean lineages represents a remarkable case of parallel evolution. Uncertainty surrounding the phylogeneticExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships and evolutionary history of the shrimp genus Penaeus s.l. derived from mitochondrial DNA.
Mitochondrial DNA sequences were used to reconstruct the phylogeny of the Penaeus s.l. genus of marine shrimp. This phylogeny was used to test the validity of hypotheses on the species groupings, inExpand
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When oceans meet: a teleost shows secondary intergradation at an Indian–Pacific interface
The Indo–West Pacific is characterized by extraordinary marine species diversity. The evolutionary mechanisms responsible for generating this diversity remain puzzling, but are often linked toExpand
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Service-learning: A valuable component of pre-service teacher education
There is recognition that involvement in service-learning can impact positively on the development of pre-service teachers professionally, culturally and academically (Billig and Freeman, 2010;Expand
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A worldwide perspective on the population structure and genetic diversity of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in New Zealand.
Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) occupy a wide range of coastal and pelagic habitats throughout tropical and temperate waters worldwide. In some regions, "inshore" and "offshore" forms orExpand
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New Zealand triplefin fishes (family Tripterygiidae): contrasting population structure and mtDNA diversity within a marine species flock
Triplefin fishes (Family Tripterygiidae) dominate the New Zealand temperate coastal fish fauna in diversity (26 endemic species, 14 genera). Most species appear to have evolved as a local radiationExpand
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DNA surveillance: web-based molecular identification of whales, dolphins, and porpoises.
DNA Surveillance is a Web-based application that assists in the identification of the species and population of unknown specimens by aligning user-submitted DNA sequences with a validated and curatedExpand
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Concordance between dispersal and mitochondrial gene flow: isolation by distance in a tropical teleost, Lates calcarifer (Australian barramundi)
Patterns of population subdivision and the relationship between gene flow and geographical distance in the tropical estuarine fish Lates calcarifer (Centropomidae) were investigated using mtDNAExpand
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Indo‐Pacific population structure and evolutionary history of the coconut crab Birgus latro
Mitochondrial DNA variation was used to examine population structure in a widespread, marine‐dispersed species, Birgus latro. Crabs were collected from eight locations throughout the species'Expand
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