COMPARATIVE POPULATION STRUCTURE AND GENE FLOW OF A BROOD PARASITE, THE GREAT SPOTTED CUCKOO (CLAMATOR GLANDARIUS), AND ITS PRIMARY HOST, THE MAGPIE (PICA PICA).

@article{Martnez1999COMPARATIVEPS,
  title={COMPARATIVE POPULATION STRUCTURE AND GENE FLOW OF A BROOD PARASITE, THE GREAT SPOTTED CUCKOO (CLAMATOR GLANDARIUS), AND ITS PRIMARY HOST, THE MAGPIE (PICA PICA).},
  author={Juan Gabriel Mart{\'i}nez and Juan Jos{\'e} Soler and Manuel Soler and Anders Pape M\oller and Terry A Burke},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={1999},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={
          269-278
        }
}
The amount of gene flow is an important determinant of population structure and therefore of central importance for understanding coevolutionary processes. We used microsatellite markers to estimate population structure and gene flow rates of the great spotted cuckoo (Clamator glandarius) and its main host in Europe, the magpie (Pica pica), in a number of populations (seven and 15, respectively) across their distribution range in Europe. The genetic analysis shows that there exists a pattern of… CONTINUE READING
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