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Genetic variation in time and space : Microsatellite analysis of extinct and extant populations of Atlantic salmon

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  • Information On Genetic Composition Of Past And Present Populations May Be Obtained By Analyzing Dna
  • A Study Is Presented On The Genetic Population Structure Of Extant And Extinct Local Populations Of
  • Variation At Six Microsatellite Loci Was Studied
  • Tests For Differentiation Among Populations And Among Time Series Within Populations Showed That Pop
  • This Was Also Confirmed By A Neighbor-Joining Dendrogram Which Showed A Clear Clustering Of Samples
  • These Results Suggest That Salmon Populations Evolve As Semi- Independent Units Connected By Modest
  • Additionally
  • A Clear Association Between Geographic And Genetic Distance Was Found
  • This Relationship Has Otherwise Been Difficult To Establish In Several Recent Studies
  • The Discrepancy May Be Due To Impact Of Human Activities On The Genetic Structure Of Present Populat
  • Whereas Old Samples Represent Populations In A More Unaffected State
  • However
  • Other Explanations Related To Differences In The Sampling Of Past And Present Populations May Be Equ

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Genetic variation in time and space : Microsatellite analysis of extinct and extant populations of Atlantic salmon - DTU Orbit (28/02/14) Genetic variation in time and space : Microsatellite analysis of extinct and extant populations of Atlantic salmon - DTU Orbit (28/02/14) Eg Nielsen, E., Hansen, M. M., & Loeschcke, V. (1999). Genetic variation in time and space : Microsatellite analysis of extinct and extant populations of Atlantic salmon. Evolution, 53(1), 261-268.

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