genetic population


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genetic population

see POPULATION.
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Our analysis of genetic population structure reveals a broad range of genetic divergence (1.2-23.7%) among populations of C.
MORPHOLOGICAL DIMORPHISM VARIES ACROSS THE ENDEMIC XANTUS' HUMMINGBIRD (HYLOCHARIS XANTUSII) GENETIC POPULATIONS IN THE BAJA CALIFORNIA PENINSULA INTRODUCTION
Genetic population structure of anadromous Arctic char from western Nunavut: Potential implications for the management of Canada's largest Arctic char commercial fishery.
Genetic population structure of marine fish: mismatch between biological and fisheries management units.
(8) Over time, several studies done on different genetic populations reported significant associations between HLA alleles and HCV outcomes, progression of fibrosis, cirrhosis, response to standard treatment with interferon or developing hepatocellular carcinoma.
cardui genetic population structure, including an analysis of its worldwide migratory routes, the genetic causes and consequences of migration, aspects of the physiology of its migratory habits and possible outcomes of future climatic changes.
It is therefore necessary to have adequate knowledge on the genetic population structure, which may be done by molecular genetic analysis prior to any restocking or stock enhancement project.
Analysis of allele frequencies are of great importance because it reflects the stochastic effects more suitable than most of the parameters studied in genetic population (BOTREL; CARVALHO, 2004).
Yet, how habitat fragmentation, the subdivision of natural habitats into isolated and small patches, impacts genetic population structure is not well understood, because fragmentation effects are heterogeneous across populations, species, and habitats (Thompson et al., 2001; Jellinek et al., 2004; Culley et al., 2007; Keyghobadi, 2007; Santos et al., 2008; Delaney et al., 2010).
Scientists at Durham University said their findings showed the importance of sea ice in creating and maintaining the genetic population of the arctic fox across the polar regions where the animal is found.