Did glacial advances during the Pleistocene influence differently the demographic histories of benthic and pelagic Antarctic shelf fishes? – Inferences from intraspecific mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequence diversity

@article{Janko2007DidGA,
  title={Did glacial advances during the Pleistocene influence differently the demographic histories of benthic and pelagic Antarctic shelf fishes? – Inferences from intraspecific mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequence diversity},
  author={Karel Janko and Guillaume Lecointre and Arthur L. Devries and Arnaud Couloux and Corinne Cruaud and C. Marshall},
  journal={BMC Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={7},
  pages={220 - 220}
}
Circum-Antarctic waters harbour a rare example of a marine species flock – the Notothenioid fish, most species of which are restricted to the continental shelf. It remains an open question as to how they survived Pleistocene climatic fluctuations characterised by repeated advances of continental glaciers as far as the shelf break that probably resulted in a loss of habitat for benthic organisms. Pelagic ecosystems, on the other hand, might have flourished during glacial maxima due to the… CONTINUE READING
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