Genetic diversity and conservation of endangered animal species

@article{Zhang2002GeneticDA,
  title={Genetic diversity and conservation of endangered animal species},
  author={Ya-ping Zhang and Xiao-xia Wang and Oliver A. Ryder and Haipeng Li and He-ming Zhang and Yange Yong and Peng-yan Wang},
  journal={Pure and Applied Chemistry},
  year={2002},
  volume={74},
  pages={575 - 584}
}
The loss of biodiversity resulting from extinctions is receiving increasing attention. Over several thousands of animal species have been evaluated and recognized as endangered species. Inbreeding depression has been demonstrated in many wild animal species. Here we sequenced 655-978 bp mitochodrial D-loop region of 32 individuals from four regional giant panda populations. Sixteen haplotypes were observed. AMOVE analysis demonstrated that genetic differentiation was not significant in the… Expand

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