Dispersal ability determines the genetic effects of habitat fragmentation in three species of aquatic insect.

@inproceedings{Watanabe2010DispersalAD,
  title={Dispersal ability determines the genetic effects of habitat fragmentation in three species of aquatic insect.},
  author={Kozo Watanabe and Michael T Monaghan and Yasuhiro Takemon and Tatsuo Omura},
  year={2010}
}
1. The dispersal ability of species and the geographic scale of habitat fragmentation both may influence the extent of gene flow between fragments, but their interactions have rarely been tested, particularly among co-occurring species. 2. Population genetic structures of three species of aquatic insect were compared in streams fragmented by reservoirs and in unfragmented streams in north-eastern Japan, using 52, 37, and 58 RAPD markers. The three species studied included a strong… CONTINUE READING

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