Microsatellite DNA suggests that group size affects sex-biased dispersal patterns in red colobus monkeys.

@article{Miyamoto2013MicrosatelliteDS,
  title={Microsatellite DNA suggests that group size affects sex-biased dispersal patterns in red colobus monkeys.},
  author={Michael M. Miyamoto and Julie M. Allen and Jan F Gogarten and Colin A. Chapman},
  journal={American journal of primatology},
  year={2013},
  volume={75 5},
  pages={
          478-90
        }
}
Dispersal is a major life history trait of social organisms influencing the behavioral and genetic structure of their groups. Unfortunately, primate dispersal is difficult to quantify, because of the rarity of these events and our inability to ascertain if individuals dispersed or died when they disappear. Socioecological models have been partially developed to understand the ecological causes of different dispersal systems and their social consequences. However, these models have yielded… CONTINUE READING
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