breeding population

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breeding population

breeding population

breeding population

Populations: Density and Breeding Success

Breeding System in a Population of Trigonella balansae (Leguminosae)

Breeding structure of Glossina pallidipes populations evaluated by mitochondrial variation

Flight distance and population trends in European breeding birds

Selection of parents for the Corsican pine breeding population in Britain

Selection of parents for the Scots pine breeding population in Britain

Breeding Population Size of a Fragmented Population of a Costa Rican Dry Forest Tree Species

Selection of parents for the Sitka spruce breeding population in Britain and the strategy for the next breeding cycle

Power of Microsatellite Markers for Fingerprinting and Parentage Analysis in Eucalyptus grandis Breeding Populations

A Comparison of Strategies for Selecting Breeding Pairs to Maximize Genetic Diversity Retention in Managed Populations

Oviposition Site Preference for Natural Breeding Sites in Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera: Drosophilidae) Populations From Argentina

Breeding Groups and Gene Dynamics in a Socially Structured Population of Prairie Dogs

Breeding synchrony and extrapair fertilizations in two populations of red-winged blackbirds

Social Subdivision Influences Effective Population Size in the Colonial-Breeding Black-Tailed Prairie Dog

Genetic Differentiation Among Populations of House Flies (Diptera: Muscidae) Breeding at a Multiple-Barn, Egg-Laying Facility in Central Minnesota

Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) Population Size Survey in the 2007 Chikungunya Outbreak Area in Italy. I. Characterization of Breeding Sites and Evaluation of Sampling Methodologies


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A group of individuals (plants or animals) that tends to reproduce among itself, and much less frequently with individuals from other members of the same species. These separated subpopulations are important sources of migrants, and their genetic variability can prove critical to the survival of a species as a whole.

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