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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 9, Number 11, November 2000

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SSCP is not so difficult: the application and utility of single-stranded conformation polymorphism in evolutionary biology and molecular ecology
pp. 1699-1710(12)
Authors: Sunnucks, P.; Wilson, A. C. C.; Beheregaray, L. B.; Zenger, K.; French, J.; Taylor, A. C.

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Maternal control of sex ratio in Rana rugosa: evidence from DNA sexing
pp. 1711-1715(5)
Authors: Sakisaka, Y.; Yahara, T.; Miura, I.; Kasuya, E.

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Multi-locus genetic evidence for rapid ecologically based speciation in Daphnia
pp. 1717-1735(19)
Authors: Pfrender, M. E.; Spitze, K.; Lehman, N.

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Genetic differentiation of Euterpe edulis Mart. populations estimated by AFLP analysis
pp. 1753-1760(8)
Authors: Cardoso, S. R. S.; Eloy, N. B.; Provan, J.; Cardoso, M. A.; Ferreira, P. C. G.

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Is the Gibraltar Strait a barrier to gene flow for the bat Myotis myotis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae)?
pp. 1761-1772(12)
Authors: Castella, V.; Ruedi, M.; Excoffier, L.; Ibáñez, C.; Arlettaz, R.; Hausser, J.

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High genetic variation in leopards indicates large and long-term stable effective population size
pp. 1773-1782(10)
Authors: Spong, G.; Johansson, M.; Björklund, M.

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Phylogeography of colonially nesting seabirds, with special reference to global matrilineal patterns in the sooty tern (Sterna fuscata)
pp. 1783-1792(10)
Authors: Avise, John C.; Nelson, William S.; Bowen, Brian W.; Walker, Deette

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World-wide genetic differentiation of Eubalaena: questioning the number of right whale species
pp. 1793-1802(10)
Authors: Rosenbaum, H. C.; Brownell, R. L.; Brown, M. W.; Schaeff, C.; Portway, V.; White, B. N.; Malik, S.; Pastene, L. A.; Patenaude, N. J.; Baker, C. S.; Goto, M.; Best, P. B.; Clapham, P. J.; Hamilton, P.; Moore, M.; Payne, R.; Rowntree, V.; Tynan, C. T.; Bannister, J. L.; Desalle, R.

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Bottlenecks and multiple introductions: population genetics of the vector of avian malaria in Hawaii
pp. 1803-1814(12)
Authors: Fonseca, Dina M.; Lapointe, Dennis A.; Fleischer, Robert C.

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Biogeography of a southern hemisphere freshwater fish: how important is marine dispersal?
pp. 1815-1821(7)
Authors: Waters, Jonathan M.; Dijkstra, Lucette H.; Wallis, Graham P.

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Population structure and mating biology of the polygynous ponerine ant Gnamptogenys striatula in Brazil
pp. 1835-1841(7)
Authors: Giraud, T.; Blatrix, R.; Poteaux, C.; Solignac, M.; Jaisson, P.

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Estimation of gene flow in the tropical-rainforest tree Neobalanocarpus heimii (Dipterocarpaceae), inferred from paternity analysis
pp. 1843-1852(10)
Authors: Konuma, Akihiro; Tsumura, Yoshihiko; Lee, Chai Ting; Lee, Soon Leong; Okuda, Toshinori

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Microsatellite analysis of genetic structure in the mangrove species Avicennia marina (Forsk.) Vierh. (Avicenniaceae)
pp. 1853-1862(10)
Authors: Maguire, T. L.; Saenger, P.; Baverstock, P.; Henry, R.

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Juxtaposed microsatellite systems as diagnostic markers for admixture: an empirical evaluation with brown trout (Salmo trutta) as model organism
pp. 1873-1886(14)
Authors: Estoup, A.; Largiadèr, C. R.; Cornuet, J.-M.; Gharbi, K.; Presa, P.; Guyomard, R.

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Identifying key cereal aphid predators by molecular gut analysis
pp. 1887-1898(12)
Authors: Chen, Y.; Giles, K. L.; Payton, M. E.; Greenstone, M. H.

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Markers derived from amplified fragment length polymorphism gels for plant ecology and evolution studies
pp. 1899-1903(5)
Authors: Mclenachan, P. A.; Stöckler, K.; Winkworth, R. C.; Mcbreen, K.; Zauner, S.; Lockhart, P. J.

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Absence of evidence for isolation by distance in an expanding cane toad (Bufo marinus) population: an individual-based analysis of microsatellite genotypes
pp. 1905-1909(5)
Authors: Leblois, Raphael; Rousset, François; Tikel, Dani; Moritz, Craig; Estoup, Arnaud

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Molecular analysis of orchid pollinaria and pollinaria-remains found on insects
pp. 1911-1914(4)
Authors: Widmer, A.; Cozzolino, S.; Pellegrino, G.; Soliva, M.; Dafni, A.

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A novel restriction fragment length polymorphism for petrels or tube-nosed seabirds
pp. 1915-1917(3)
Authors: Millar, C. D.; Taylor, G. A.; Moore, P. J.; Halverson, J. L.; Lambert, D. M.

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Characterization of microsatellite loci in western redcedar (Thuja plicata)
pp. 1920-1922(3)
Authors: O’Connell, Lisa M.; Ritland, Carol E.

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Development of microsatellite markers in the guanaco, Lama guanicoe: utility for South American camelids
pp. 1922-1924(3)
Authors: Sarno, Ronald J.; David, Victor A.; Franklin, William L.; O’Brien, Stephen J.; Johnson, Warren E.

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Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in the ascidian Ciona intestinalis (L.)
pp. 1924-1926(3)
Authors: Procaccini, Gabriele; Pischetola, Michele; Di Lauro, Roberto

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Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci from the tapeworm Schistocephalus solidus
pp. 1926-1927(2)
Authors: Binz, Thomas; Reusch, Thorsten B. H.; Wedekind, Claus; Schärer, Lukas; Sternberg, Jeremy M.; Milinski, Manfred

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Polymerase chain reaction primers for polymorphic microsatellite loci in the invasive toad species Bufo marinus
pp. 1927-1929(3)
Authors: Tikel, D.; Paetkau, D.; Cortinas, M. N.; Leblois, R.; Moritz, C.; Estoup, A.

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Polymorphic microsatellite loci of Oryzomys palustris, the marsh rice rat, in South Florida detected by silver staining
pp. 1931-1932(2)
Authors: Wang, Yunqiu; Hughes, Colin R.; Gines-Candelaria, Edwin A.; Gaines, Michael S.

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Characterization of microsatellites in capercaillie Tetrao urogallus (AVES)
pp. 1934-1935(2)
Authors: Segelbacher, G.; Paxton, R. J.; Steinbrück, G.; Trontelj, P.; Storch, I.

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Locus-specific microsatellite markers for the fungal chickpea pathogen Didymella rabiei (anamorph) Ascochyta rabiei
pp. 1939-1941(3)
Authors: Geistlinger, J.; Weising, K.; Winter, P.; Kahl, G.

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Polymorphic microsatellites in the blue tit Parus caeruleus and their cross-species utility in 20 songbird families
pp. 1941-1944(4)
Authors: Dawson, Deborah A.; Hanotte, Olivier; Greig, Carolyn; Stewart, Ian R. K.; Burke, Terry

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Microsatellite markers for the European tree frog Hyla arborea
pp. 1944-1946(3)
Authors: Arens, Paul; Westende, Wendy Van’t; Bugter, Rob; Smulders, Marinus J. M.; Vosman, Ben

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Isolation of microsatellite markers from the Adonis blue butterfly (Lysandra bellargus)
pp. 1948-1949(2)
Authors: Harper, G. L.; Piyapattanakorn, S.; Goulson, D.; Maclean, N.

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Five new polymorphic microsatellite loci in the European hedgehog Erinaceus europaeus
pp. 1949-1951(3)
Authors: Henderson, M.; Becher, S. A.; Doncaster, C. P.; Maclean, N.

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Polymorphic microsatellite loci from the lettuce root aphid, Pemphigus bursarius
pp. 1951-1952(2)
Authors: Miller, N. J.; Birley, A. J.; Tatchell, G. M.

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