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    2003

Molecular genetic approaches to the study of primate behavior, social organization, and reproduction.

@article{Fiore2003MolecularGA,
  title={Molecular genetic approaches to the study of primate behavior, social organization, and reproduction.},
  author={Anthony Di Fiore},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={2003},
  volume={Suppl 37},
  pages={
          62-99
        }
}
In the past several decades, the development of novel molecular techniques and the advent of noninvasive DNA sampling, coupled with the ease and speed with which molecular analyses can now be performed, have made it possible for primatologists to directly examine the fitness effects of individual behavior and to explore how variation in behavior and social systems influences primate population genetic structure. This review describes the theoretical connections between individual behavior and… CONTINUE READING

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