Genetics and conservation: a reference for managing wild animal and plant populations
Isolation. Extinction. Founding and Bottlenecks. Hybridization and merging populations. Natural diversity and taxonomy.
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Genetic Principles for Managers Steven M Chambers
Sibling Species John W Bickham
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adaptation allele frequencies allelic diversity allozyme animals Appendix behavior biological breeding system butterfly captive populations cell Chapter chromosome conservation demes demographic distribution Drosophila duck ecological effective population effective population size Ehrlich electrophoretic environment environmental Euphydryas Evolution evolutionary example extinction factors Figure Foose founder Frankel and Soule gametes gene flow gene pool genetic differentiation genetic diversity genetic drift genetic management genetic variation genotypes habitat Hamrick heterozygosity heterozygous homozygous hybridization inbred inbreeding coefficient inbreeding depression increase individuals insects interactions isolation loci locus males Mallard mating system meiosis migration morphological mutation natural populations natural selection noninbred occur offspring organisms outcrossing parents phenotype Pinus plant populations polymorphism population genetics preservation protection protein relative reproductive result sample sea turtle Selander self-fertilization sibling species slug small populations speciation Speke's gazelle structure studies subspecies survival Table taxa tion traits variability variance wild populations Wildlife zoos