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Volume 9, Number 10, October 2000

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The molecular population genetics of regulatory genes
pp. 1451-1461(11)
Author: Purugganan, Michael D.

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Genetic structure of avian populations — allozymes revisited
pp. 1463-1469(7)
Author: Crochet, P.-A.

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Mitochondrial DNA phylogeography of Acrossocheilus paradoxus (Cyprinidae) in Taiwan
pp. 1483-1494(12)
Authors: Wang, J. P.; Hsu, K. C.; Chiang, T. Y.

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Comparative avian phylogeography of Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea mountains: implications for conservation
pp. 1505-1516(12)
Authors: Smith, T. B.; Holder, K.; Girman, D.; O’Keefe, K.; Larison, B.; Chan, Y.

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Experimental evaluation of the usefulness of microsatellite DNA for detecting demographic bottlenecks
pp. 1517-1528(12)
Authors: Spencer, C. C.; Neigel, J. E.; Leberg, P. L.

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Increase of genetic variation over time in a recently founded population of great reed warblers (Acrocephalus arundinaceus) revealed by microsatellites and DNA fingerprinting
pp. 1529-1538(10)
Authors: Hansson, B.; Bensch, S.; Hasselquist, D.; Lillandt, B.-G.; Wennerberg, L.; Von Schantz, T.

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Genetic variability among endangered Chinese giant salamanders, Andrias davidianus
pp. 1539-1547(9)
Authors: Murphy, Robert W.; Fu, Jinzhong; Upton, Darlene E.; De Lema, Thales; Zhao, Er-Mi

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A universal molecular method for identifying underground plant parts to species
pp. 1549-1559(11)
Authors: Linder, C. R.; Moore, L. A.; Jackson, R. B.

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Microsatellite analysis of North American wapiti (Cervus elaphus) populations
pp. 1561-1576(16)
Authors: Polziehn, Renee O.; Hamr, Joe; Mallory, Frank F.; Strobeck, Curtis

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Dietary separation of sympatric carnivores identified by molecular analysis of scats
pp. 1583-1590(8)
Authors: Farrell, Laura E.; Roman, Joseph; Sunquist, Melvin E.

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Fragmented forests, evolving flies: molecular variation in African populations of Drosophila teissieri
pp. 1591-1597(7)
Authors: Cobb, Matthew; Huet, Michèle; Lachaise, Daniel; Veuille, Michel

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Complex mutations in a high proportion of microsatellite loci from the protozoan parasite Plasmodium falciparum
pp. 1599-1608(10)
Authors: Anderson, Timothy J. C.; Su, Xin-Zhuan; Roddam, AndreW.; Day, Karen P.

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Genetic lineages and postglacial colonization of grayling (Thymallus thymallus, Salmonidae) in Europe, as revealed by mitochondrial DNA analyses
pp. 1609-1624(16)
Authors: Koskinen, M. T.; Ranta, E.; Piironen, J.; Veselov, A.; Titov, S.; Haugen, T. O.; Nilsson, J.; Carlstein, M.; Primmer, C. R.

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Ericoid mycorrhizal fungi are common root associates of a Mediterranean ectomycorrhizal plant (Quercus ilex)
pp. 1639-1649(11)
Authors: Bergero, R.; Perotto, S.; Girlanda, M.; Vidano, G.; Luppi, A. M.

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Microsatellite analysis of population structure and genetic differentiation within and between populations of the root vole, Microtus oeconomus in the Netherlands
pp. 1651-1656(6)
Authors: Van De Zande, L.; Van Apeldoorn, R. C.; Blijdenstein, A. F.; De Jong, D.; Van Delden, W.; Bijlsma, R.

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TCS: a computer program to estimate gene genealogies
pp. 1657-1659(3)
Authors: Clement, M.; Posada, D.; Crandall, K. A.

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Polymorphic microsatellite DNA markers in the Asiatic black bear Ursus thibetanus
pp. 1661-1662(2)
Authors: Kitahara, E.; Isagi, Y.; Ishibashi, Y.; Saitoh, T.

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Microsatellites in the hermaphroditic snail, Lymnaea truncatula, intermediate host of the liver fluke, Fasciola hepatica
pp. 1662-1664(3)
Authors: Trouvé, S.; Degen, L.; Meunier, C.; Tirard, C.; Hurtrez-Boussès, S.; Durand, P.; Guégan, J. F.; Goudet, J.; Renaud, F.

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Characterization and isolation of DNA microsatellite primers in wood mice (Apodemus sylvaticus, Rodentia)
pp. 1664-1665(2)
Authors: Harr, Bettina; Musolf, Kerstin; Gerlach, Gabriele

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The isolation and characterization of microsatellites from Anopheles dirus mosquitoes
pp. 1665-1667(3)
Authors: Walton, C.; Chang, M. S.; Handley, J. M.; Harbach, R. E.; Collins, F. H.; Baimai, V.; Butlin, R. K.

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Microsatellite markers for the deer mouse Peromyscus maniculatus
pp. 1669-1671(3)
Authors: Chirhart, Scott E.; Honeycutt, Rodney L.; Greenbaum, Ira F.

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Characterization and isolation of DNA microsatellite primers in hyrax species (Procavia johnstoni and Heterohyrax brucei, hyracoidea)
pp. 1675-1677(3)
Authors: Gerlach, Gabriele; Derschum, Henry S.; Martin, Yvonne; Brinkmann, Henner

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Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in the red-crowned crane Grus japonensis
pp. 1677-1678(2)
Authors: Hasegawa, O.; Ishibashi, Y.; Abe, S.

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Isolation and characterization of microsatellites in the moss species Polytrichum formosum
pp. 1678-1680(3)
Authors: Van Der Velde, M.; Van Der Strate, H. J.; Van De Zande, L.; Bijlsma, R.

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