Microsatellites for the inference of population structures in the Red Mason bee Osmia rufa ( Hymenoptera , Megachilidae ) 1

@inproceedings{Karsten2006MicrosatellitesFT,
  title={Microsatellites for the inference of population structures in the Red Mason bee Osmia rufa ( Hymenoptera , Megachilidae ) 1},
  author={Karsten and NEUMANNa and SEIDELMANNb},
  year={2006}
}
  • Karsten, NEUMANNa, SEIDELMANNb
  • Published 2006
Microsatellite loci were isolated from the solitary Red Mason bee (Osmia rufa) by an enrichment protocol for partial genomic libraries. Six polymorphic microsatellite loci were used for a first population structure survey including 9 continental European and one island population. Observed levels of genetic variability and heterozygosity proved to be moderate. There was no significant differentiation among continental O. rufa populations. Only the island population from Cyprus was clearly… CONTINUE READING

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