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Volume 8, Number 10, October 1999

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Discordant patterns of morphological and molecular change in broadtail madtoms (genus Noturus)
pp. 1563-1569(7)
Authors: Bennetts, R. Q.; Grady, J. M.; Rohde, F. C.; Quattro, J. M.

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Genetic structure of the world’s polar bear populations
pp. 1571-1584(14)
Authors: Paetkau, D.; Amstrup, S. C.; Born, E. W.; Calvert, W.; Derocher, A. E.; Garner, G. W.; Messier, F.; Stirling, I.; Taylor, M. K.; Wiig, Ø.; Strobeck, C.

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Phylogeographical population structure of tiger quolls Dasyurus maculatus (Dasyuridae: Marsupialia), an endangered carnivorous marsupial
pp. 1613-1625(13)
Authors: Firestone, K. B.; Elphinstone, M. S.; Sherwin, W. B.; Houlden, B. A.

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Comparisons of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) sequences (16S rRNA gene) between oviparous and viviparous strains of Lacerta vivipara: a preliminary study
pp. 1627-1631(5)
Authors: Heulin, B.; Surget-groba, Y.; Guiller, A.; Guillaume, C. P.; Deunff, J.

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Small effective population size in the long-toed salamander
pp. 1633-1640(8)
Authors: Funk, W. Chris; Tallmon, David A.; Allendorf, Fred W.

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Microevolution, low clonal diversity and genetic affinities of parthenogenetic Sitobion aphids in New Zealand
pp. 1655-1666(12)
Authors: Wilson, A. C. C.; Sunnucks, P.; Hales, D. F.

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A phylogeographical analysis of the Bemisia tabaci species complex based on mitochondrial DNA markers
pp. 1683-1691(9)
Authors: Frohlich, D. R.; Torres-Jerez, I.; Bedford, I. D.; Markham, P. G.; Brown, J. K.

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Impact of gene flow from cultivated beet on genetic diversity of wild sea beet populations
pp. 1733-1741(9)
Authors: Bartsch, Detlef; Lehnen, Marc; Clegg, Janet; Pohl-Orf, Matthias; Schuphan, Ingolf; Ellstrand, Norman C.

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Noninvasive methods for collecting fresh hair tissue
pp. 1749-1750(2)
Authors: Valderrama, X.; Karesh, W. B.; Wildman, D. E.; Melnick, D. J.

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Interspecific variation in microsatellites isolated from tuco-tucos (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae)
pp. 1754-1756(3)
Authors: Lacey, Eileen A.; Maldonado, Jesus E.; Clabaugh, Jerod P.; Matocq, Marjorie D.

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Polymorphic microsatellite markers in Ictalurus punctatus and related catfish species
pp. 1758-1760(3)
Authors: Tan, G.; Karsi, A.; Li, P.; Kim, S.; Zheng, X.; Kucuktas, H.; Argue, B. J.; Dunham, R. A.; Liu, Z. J.

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Polymorphic microsatellite markers for Atlantic halibut, Hippoglossus hippoglossus
pp. 1761-1763(3)
Authors: McGowan, Colin; Reith, Michael E.

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Characterization and isolation of microsatellite loci from the endangered North Atlantic right whale
pp. 1763-1765(3)
Authors: Waldick, R. C.; Brown, M. W.; White, B. N.

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Microsatellites from the Amazonian tree Dinizia excelsa (Fabaceae)
pp. 1765-1766(2)
Authors: Dick, C. W.; Hamilton, M. B.

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Amplifying dolphin mitochondrial DNA from faecal plumes
pp. 1766-1768(3)
Authors: Parsons, Kim M.; Dallas, John F.; Claridge, Diane E.; Durban, John W.; Balcomb Iii, Kenneth C.; Thompson, Paul M.; Noble, Les R.

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