GENETIC VARIABILITY WITHIN AND AMONG POPULATIONS OF THE BLACK-TAILED PRAIRIE DOG.

@article{Chesser1983GENETICVW,
  title={GENETIC VARIABILITY WITHIN AND AMONG POPULATIONS OF THE BLACK-TAILED PRAIRIE DOG.},
  author={Ronald K. Chesser},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={1983},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={
          320-331
        }
}
Genetic heterogeneity over short geographic distances has been observed for many populations of small mammals (house mice: Selander, 1970; deer mice: Wright, 1978; pocket gophers: Patton and Yang, 1977; Smith et al., 1978; Wright, 1978; Patton and Feder, 1981) as well as for large, highly mobile species such as the elephant (Osterhoff et al., 1974), moose (Ryman et al., 1977, 1980), red deer (Gyllensten et al., 1980), and white-tailed deer (Manlove et al., 1976; Chesser et al., 1982). For most… CONTINUE READING
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