Population genetic insights into the social organization of Guinea baboons (Papio papio): Evidence for female-biased dispersal.

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Sex differences in philopatry and dispersal have important consequences on the genetic structure of populations, social groups, and social relationships within groups. Among mammals, male dispersal and female philopatry are most common and closely related taxa typically exhibit similar dispersal patterns. However, among four well-studied species of baboons… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ajp.22415

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@article{Kopp2015PopulationGI, title={Population genetic insights into the social organization of Guinea baboons (Papio papio): Evidence for female-biased dispersal.}, author={Gisela H. Kopp and Julia Fischer and Annika Patzelt and Christian Roos and Dietmar P Zinner}, journal={American journal of primatology}, year={2015}, volume={77 8}, pages={878-89} }