Allozyme Polymorphisms in the Small Heath, Coenonympha pamphilus: Recent Ecological Selection or Old Biogeographical Signal?

@inproceedings{Besold2008AllozymePI,
  title={Allozyme Polymorphisms in the Small Heath, Coenonympha pamphilus: Recent Ecological Selection or Old Biogeographical Signal?},
  author={J. Besold and S. Huck and T. Schmitt},
  year={2008}
}
Allozyme electrophoresis is a common tool to analyse the genetic structure of populations with a focus on conservation and biogeography. An essential requirement for biogeographical analyses is the independence of the applied methods from ecological selection processes. We surveyed the genetic population structure of Coenonympha pamphilus as a model species to validate allozym electrophoresis as a method for such studies. We analysed 106 individuals of C. pamphilus of the Monte Baldo region… Expand
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