Genetic Structuring across Marine Biogeographic Boundaries in Rocky Shore Invertebrates

@inproceedings{Villamor2014GeneticSA,
  title={Genetic Structuring across Marine Biogeographic Boundaries in Rocky Shore Invertebrates},
  author={Adriana Villamor and Federica Costantini and Marco Abbiati},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Biogeography investigates spatial patterns of species distribution. Discontinuities in species distribution are identified as boundaries between biogeographic areas. Do these boundaries affect genetic connectivity? To address this question, a multifactorial hierarchical sampling design, across three of the major marine biogeographic boundaries in the central Mediterranean Sea (Ligurian-Tyrrhenian, Tyrrhenian-Ionian and Ionian-Adriatic) was carried out. Mitochondrial COI sequence polymorphism of… CONTINUE READING
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