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A network approach to study karyotypic evolution: the chromosomal races of the common shrew (Sorex araneus) and house mouse (Mus musculus) as model systems.
The development of methods to reconstruct phylogenies from karyotypic data has lagged behind what has been achieved with molecular and morphological characters. This hampers our understanding of theExpand
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Genetic diversity and population size: island populations of the common shrew, Sorex araneus
Populations of many species are currently being fragmented and reduced by human interactions. These processes will tend to reduce genetic diversity within populations and reduce individualExpand
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Climate-Mediated Movement of an Avian Hybrid Zone
The interaction between sibling species that share a zone of contact is a multifaceted relationship affected by climate change [1, 2]. Between sibling species, interactions may occur atExpand
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Adaptive evolution during an ongoing range expansion: the invasive bank vole (Myodes glareolus) in Ireland
Range expansions are extremely common, but have only recently begun to attract attention in terms of their genetic consequences. As populations expand, demes at the wave front experience strongExpand
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The ecoimmunology of invasive species
Summary Invasive populations frequently harbour a reduced parasite community compared with their native counterparts. The loss of regulating enemies may result in re-allocation of resources awayExpand
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GENOMIC AND MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF A SEMIPERMEABLE AVIAN HYBRID ZONE SUGGESTS ASYMMETRICAL INTROGRESSION OF A SEXUAL SIGNAL
Hybrid zones are geographic regions where differentiated taxa meet and potentially exchange genes. Increasingly, genomic analyses have demonstrated that many hybrid zones are semipermeable boundariesExpand
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Common Property and Collective Action: Lessons from Cooperative Watershed Management in Haiti
Introduction The debate over common property among development professionals is increasingly active.' This includes a growing concern for international environmental disputes and transboundaryExpand
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Local selection and population structure in a deep‐sea fish, the roundnose grenadier (Coryphaenoides rupestris)
Local populations within a species can become isolated by stochastic or adaptive processes, though it is most commonly the former that we quantify. Using presumably neutral markers we can assess theExpand
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Natural hybridization between extremely divergent chromosomal races of the common shrew (Sorex araneus, Soricidae, Soricomorpha): hybrid zone in European Russia
The Moscow and Seliger chromosomal races of the common shrew differ by Robertsonian fusions and possibly whole‐arm reciprocal translocations (WARTs) such that their F1 hybrids produce aExpand
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The emergence and evolution of collective action: Lessons from watershed management in Haiti
Abstract The practice and theory of collective action is constrained by a dearth of rigorous empirical tests of why and how such institutions emerge and evolve, and under what conditions they can beExpand
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