Patterns of Genetic Variation Within and Between Gibbon Species

@inproceedings{Kim2011PatternsOG,
  title={Patterns of Genetic Variation Within and Between Gibbon Species},
  author={Sung Ku Kim and L. Carbone and C{\'e}line Becquet and Alan R. Mootnick and David Jiang Li and Pieter J de Jong and Jeffrey D. Wall},
  booktitle={Molecular biology and evolution},
  year={2011}
}
Gibbons are small, arboreal, highly endangered apes that are understudied compared with other hominoids. At present, there are four recognized genera and approximately 17 species, all likely to have diverged from each other within the last 5-6 My. Although the gibbon phylogeny has been investigated using various approaches (i.e., vocalization, morphology, mitochondrial DNA, karyotype, etc.), the precise taxonomic relationships are still highly debated. Here, we present the first survey of… CONTINUE READING
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