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genetic differentiation


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genetic differentiation

genetic differentiation

Patterns of Genetic Differentiation in Appalachian Desmognathine Salamanders

Investigating Population History Using Temporal Genetic Differentiation

Genetic Differentiation among Recently Diverged Delphinid Taxa Determined Using AFLP Markers

Genetic Structure and Differentiation of the Italian Catria Horse

Genetic differentiation and structure of Hippocrepis valentina (Leguminosae) populations

Genetic Differentiation of Anopheles claviger s.s. in Europe

Genetic differentiation of island spotted skunks, Spilogale gracilis amphiala

Ecological and Genetic Barriers Differentiate Natural Populations of Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Anisotropic Isolation by Distance: The Main Orientations of Human Genetic Differentiation

Determining the number and location of genetically differentiated population fragments

Genetic Differentiation of Two Host–Foodplant Complex Sources of Cotesia congregata (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)

Molecular markers reveal no genetic differentiation between Myrica rivas-martinezii and M. faya (Myricaceae)

Isolated populations of a rare alpine plant show high genetic diversity and considerable population differentiation

Genetic Differentiation and Relationships of Populations in the Cycas balansae Complex (Cycadaceae) and its Conservation Implications

Genetic differentiation among Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) in Icelandic waters: temporal stability

Aedes aegypti in Brazil: genetically differentiated populations with high susceptibility to dengue and yellow fever viruses

Genetic Differentiation among Wild Populations of Tribolium castaneum Estimated Using Microsatellite Markers

 

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The accumulation of differences in allelic frequencies between isolated or semi-isolated populations due to various evolutionary forces such as selection, genetic drift, gene flow, assortative mating, etc.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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