Genomics and the future of conservation genetics

@article{Allendorf2010GenomicsAT,
  title={Genomics and the future of conservation genetics},
  author={F. Allendorf and Paul A Hohenlohe and G. Luikart},
  journal={Nature Reviews Genetics},
  year={2010},
  volume={11},
  pages={697-709}
}
We will soon have complete genome sequences from thousands of species, as well as from many individuals within species. This coming explosion of information will transform our understanding of the amount, distribution and functional significance of genetic variation in natural populations. Now is a crucial time to explore the potential implications of this information revolution for conservation genetics and to recognize limitations in applying genomic tools to conservation issues. We identify… Expand

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