2 edition of GENETIC DIVERSITY AND STRUCTURE OF THE FISHER (MARTES PENNANTI) IN A PENINSULAR AND PERIPHERAL METAPOPULATION found in the catalog.
GENETIC DIVERSITY AND STRUCTURE OF THE FISHER (MARTES PENNANTI) IN A PENINSULAR AND PERIPHERAL METAPOPULATION
S. M. WISELY
Written in English
Online version of print publication JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY v.85, no.4 (2004) : 640-648.
|Contributions||BUSKIRK, S. W., RUSSELL, G. A., AUBRY, K. B., ZIELINSKI, W. J.|
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Key words: dimensionality, fisher, genetic diversity, Martes pennanti, microsatellite DNA, peninsula, periphery, stepping. GENETIC DIVERSITY AND STRUCTURE OF THE FISHER (MARTES PENNANTI) IN A PENINSULAR AND PERIPHERAL METAPOPULATION.
Using microsatellite DNA primers developed for other mustelids, we found that populations of a vagile forest carnivore, the fisher (Martes pennanti), exhibit high genetic structure (FST =SE = ) and limited gene flow (Nm genetic diversity decreases from core to periphery; and that populations do not show an Cited by: Genetic Diversity and Structure of the Fisher (Martes Pennanti) in a Peninsular and Peripheral Metapopulation.
Genetic Diversity. Genetic diversity is the entire amount of genes and genotypes in a group of organisms and is of vital importance for their adaptation to different living conditions.
If, for example, all humans were identical, the extinction of the entire kind could happen very fast. The use of those lines in Indian and US breeding programs is low, possibly because of limited germplasm collection, selection preferences, or lack of information about genetic diversity.
The nonrandom association of alleles at different loci in the genome (LD) is a sensitive gauge of the genetic forces that structure a population (Slatkin, ).Cited by: 2. Population genetic diversity and structure of extremely small populations of big tree rhododendron were examined in this study using AFLP markers, and we detected moderate to high genetic diversity at the species level, but low genetic differentiation between the two extant by: Ginkgo biloba L., a famous relict plant, is the only surviving species of Ginkgopsida.
To explore the genetic variation of geographic populations and possible refuges of Ginkgo during the glacial period, samples from 6 ancient populations and 2 cultivated populations were analyzed using 22 simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers.
A total of alleles were detected at the 22 SSR Author: Qi Zhou, Kemin Mu, Zhouxian Ni, Xinhong Liu, Yingang Li, Li-an Xu. Genetic diversity and the genetic structure of natural populations of Chamaecyparis obtusa: Implications for management and conservation Article (PDF Available) in Heredity 99(2) —Patterns of genetic diversity and structure in fisher populations within the Pacific coast distributional peninsula are consistent with reduced dimensionality of the geographic range, and with the loss of genetic diversity along a distributional peninsula as fishers expanded south towards the periphery of their by: Genetic structure was greater at the periphery than at the core of the distribution and our data fit a 1-dimensional model of stepping-stone range expansion.
Multiple lines of paleontological and genetic evidence suggest that the fisher recently (\u3c5, years ago) expanded into the mountain forests of the Pacific coast. Genetic structure was greater at the periphery than at the core of the distribution and our data fit a 1-dimensional model of stepping-stone range expansion.
Multiple lines of paleontological and genetic evidence suggest that the fisher recently. Many conservationists would argue that the conservation of genetic diversity is the foundational basis of all conservation efforts because genetic diversity is requisite for evolutionary adaptation, and such adaptation is the key to the long-term survival of any species (Schemske et al.
Genetic Characterization of the Core and Identification of Redundant Accessions. A complete genetic characterization of germplasm collections is necessary to make the diversity contained therein efficiently accessible to plant by: Present studies of genetic structure and differentiation among Siberian roe deer populations clearly display the existence of genetically distinct three clusters which comprise of the southeastern group (SKM, RPR, RSO and MGN), northwestern group (RUL, RKU and RNO) and Jeju Island population in Korea (SKJ).Cited by: Evolutionary processes can be strongly affected by landscape features.
In vagile carnivores that disperse widely, however, genetic structure has been found to be minimal. Using microsatellite DNA primers developed for other mustelids, we found that populations of a vagile forest carnivore, the fisher (Martes pennanti), exhibit high genetic structure (FST =SE Cited by: Population structure and genetic diversity of 25 Russian sheep breeds based on whole-genome genotyping Tatiana E.
Deniskova, # 1 Arsen V. Dotsev, # 1 Marina I. Selionova, 2 Elisabeth Kunz, 3 Ivica Medugorac, 3 Henry Reyer, 4 Klaus Wimmers, 4 Mario Barbato, 5 Alexei A. Traspov, 1 Gottfried Brem, 1, 6 and Natalia A. Zinovieva 1Cited by: 8. Using microsatellites markers, genetic diversity and population structure of a threatened barnacle species is investigated.
• High genetic diversity and population structure among group of islands have been detected. • Estimates of migration rate indicated the most likely sources of the recruits were the local or adjacent populations.
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However, the limited molecular markers range for this species hinders breeding and genetic studies. A total of 20, simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers were identified fromassembled transcripts and 18 highly polymorphic SSR markers were used to explore the genetic diversity.
Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus L. ) are an essential element of the Russian Far North, providing a significant source of nutrition for the representatives of 18 ethnicities.
The species has wild and domestic forms, which are in constant interaction. The aim of our study was to characterize the genetic structure of domestic and wild reindeer populations, using a genome Cited by: 2.
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Further research in North America and in the invaded range is required to clarify whether these are general patterns or peculiarities of the present study by: 5.
We used 13 microsatellite loci to assess the genetic diversity and population structure of white-lipped peccaries sampled in four areas in the Pantanal, two areas in the Cerrado, and one area in the Atlantic Forest.
We found similar levels of genetic diversity in all : Fernanda de Góes Maciel, Danilo Aqueu Rufo, Alexine Keuroghlian, Anna Carolina Russo, Nathalia Mores.
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ginseng have been analyzed [25–27]. Among various molecular markers, simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers have been successfully used to described population genetic diversity because they showed codominance and high polymorphism [7,10,20,28,29].Author: Kyung Jun Lee, Jung-Ro Lee, Raveendar Sebastin, Gyu-Taek Cho, Do Yoon Hyun.
This study describes the genetic diversity and population structure of native maize populations from 23 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. The germplasm, representing distinct landraces, was genetically characterized as population bulks using 28 SSR markers.
Three main groups of maize germplasm were identified. The first, the Mexico and Southern Cited by: The basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) is found in temperate waters throughout the world's oceans, and has been subjected to extensive exploitation in some regions.
However, little is known about its current abundance and genetic by: forested habitat; that genetic diversity decreases from core to periphery; and that populations do not show an.
equilibrium pattern of isolation-by-distance. Genetic structure was greater at the periphery than at the core of the. distribution and our data ﬁt a 1-dimensional model of stepping-stone range expansion.
The effect of deforestation on the genetic diversity and structure in Acer saccharum (Marsh): Evidence for the loss and restructuring of genetic variation in a natural system.
Various genetic tools have been successfully used to study the genetic diversity of plant species, including morphological, cytological, biochemical, and molecular markers. This book discusses the fundamental advances related to assessment, utili Evaluation of the genetic diversity and population structure Author: Mohamed A.
El-Esawi. Population Structure and Genetic Diversity of Sheep Breeds in the Kyrgyzstan. Fisher Scienti c, Wilmington, D E, USA). Additionally, DN A. Rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) is one of the most economically important oilseed crops worldwide.
In Japan, it has been cultivated for more than a century and has formed many feral populations. The aim of this study was to elucidate the genetic diversity of feral rapeseeds by genotyping individuals (among which were determined to be genetically modified) sampled from Author: Ruikun Chen, Ayako Shimono, Mitsuko Aono, Nobuyoshi Nakajima, Ryo Ohsawa, Yosuke Yoshioka.
Genetic diversity and population structure are poorly understood for most parasitic nematode species. However, a substantial amount of research has been undertaken of H.
contortus, and this parasite serves as a useful model for the trichostrongyloid nematode group. Genetic diversity, structure, and breed relationships in Iberian cattle1 registered in herd books, and from a broad geographic area.
In the case of the Fighting Bull, Fisher’s method was applied to calculate the significance of the HWE probabilities across loci. Genetic Diversity within Breeds.
The genetic diversity within each breed is summarized in Table 1. The highest total number of alleles was observed in YK () and the lowest in LD (). These two breeds also had the highest and lowest mean number of Cited by: 1. Overall, this work with the Middle Eastern and Western populations reveals a genetic structure of the Arabian horse breed not previously recognized and gives a comparative analysis of the Arabian populations from different origins.
Genetic diversity was very high in Middle Eastern populations from Syria, Saudi Arabia, and by: The use of those lines in Indian and US breeding programs is low, possibly because of limited germplasm collection, selection preferences, or lack of information about genetic diversity.
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