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island population

Island Population

Island Population

Genetic Diversity in a Feral Horse Population from Sable Island, Canada

Genetic divergence between populations and species of talitrids from Aegean islands

Population Genetic Structure in German Cockroaches (Blattella Germanica): Differentiated Islands in an Agricultural Landscape

Small N e of the Isolated and Unmanaged Horse Population on Sable Island

Population Genetics of Ochlerotatus eatoni (Diptera: Culicidae) Endemic Species to Two Macaronesian Islands

Environmental Scaling of Body Size in Island Populations of Galápagos Marine Iguanas

Molecular Systematics of the Fruit Bat, Artibeus jamaicensis: Origin of an Unusual Island Population

Dynamics of an Isolated Population of Weddell Seals (Leptonychotes weddellii) at White Island, Antarctica

The Genetic Structure of the Remnant Populations of Centaurea horrida in Sardinia and Associated Islands

Variation in the Mating System of Vincetoxicum hirundinaria (Asclepiadaceae) in Peripherial Island Populations

Sustained exponential population growth of grey seals at Sable Island, Nova Scotia

Effects of Wolbachia on Genetic Divergence Between Populations: Mainland-Island Model1

Temporal Analysis of Western Flower Thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) Population Dynamics on Reunion Island

Spatial and Temporal Organization in the Swamp Antechinus: Comparison between Island and Mainland Populations

Population Ecology of the Endemic Rodent Nesoryzomys swarthi in the Tropical Desert of the Galápagos Islands

Feeding Ecology of a Feral Cat Population on a Small Mediterranean Island

 

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A genetically isolated population, sometimes literally on an island although the term applies to any discrete population group that breeds (intermarries) only with others who belong to the group. Some ethnic groups that seek to preserve their ethnic identity behave as island populations even when living in an urban area among many other people Characteristically, island populations have a limited gene pool, within which harmful recessive characteristics may exist and be expressed increasingly, often in the phenotype after several generations.

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