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Volume 12, Number 3, March 2003

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Nuclear DNA analyses in genetic studies of populations: practice, problems and prospects
pp. 563-584(22)
Authors: Zhang, De-Xing; Hewitt, Godfrey M.

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The genetic impact of demographic decline and reintroduction in the wild boar (Sus scrofa): A microsatellite analysis
pp. 585-595(11)
Authors: Vernesi, C.; Crestanello, B.; Pecchioli, E.; Tartari, D.; Caramelli, D.; Hauffe, H.; Bertorelle, G.

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Genetic structure and reproduction dynamics of Salix reinii during primary succession on Mount Fuji, as revealed by nuclear and chloroplast microsatellite analysis
pp. 609-618(10)
Authors: Lian, Chunlan; Oishi, Ryuya; Miyashita, Naoya; Nara, Kazuhide; Nakaya, Hironobu; Wu, Bingyun; Zhou, Zhihua; Hogetsu, Taizo

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Inbreeding depression influences genet size distribution in a marine angiosperm
pp. 619-629(11)
Authors: Hämmerli, A.; Reusch, T. B. H.

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A new approach to study dispersal: immigration of novel alleles reveals female-biased dispersal in great reed warblers
pp. 631-637(7)
Authors: Hansson, Bengt; Bensch, Staffan; Hasselquist, Dennis

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Population genetics of a successful invader: the marsh frog Rana ridibunda in Britain
pp. 639-646(8)
Authors: Zeisset, Inga; Beebee, Trevor J. C.

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The city-fox phenomenon: genetic consequences of a recent colonization of urban habitat
pp. 647-656(10)
Authors: Wandeler, P.; Funk, S. M.; Largiadèr, C. R.; Gloor, S.; Breitenmoser, U.

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Genetic variation within and among fragmented populations of lesser prairie-chickens (Tympanuchus pallidicinctus)
pp. 675-683(9)
Authors: Van Den Bussche, Ronald A.; Hoofer, Steven R.; Wiedenfeld, David A.; Wolfe, Donald H.; Sherrod, Steve K.

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Mitochondrial phylogeography of the Woodmouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) in the Western Palearctic region
pp. 685-697(13)
Authors: Michaux, J. R.; Magnanou, E.; Paradis, E.; Nieberding, C.; Libois, R.

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Genetic divergence between cave and surface populations of Astyanax in Mexico (Characidae, Teleostei)
pp. 699-710(12)
Authors: Strecker, U.; Bernatchez, L.; Wilkens, H.

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Phylogeography of lemmings (Lemmus): no evidence for postglacial colonization of Arctic from the Beringian refugium
pp. 725-731(7)
Authors: Fedorov, V. B.; Goropashnaya, A. V.; Jaarola, M.; Cook, J. A.

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Fine-scale genetic structure in a free-living ungulate population
pp. 733-742(10)
Authors: Coltman, D. W.; Pilkington, J. G.; Pemberton, J. M.

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Degradation of the Cry1Ab protein within transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis corn tissue in the field
pp. 765-775(11)
Authors: Zwahlen, C.; Hilbeck, A.; Gugerli, P.; Nentwig, W.

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A rapid population expansion retains genetic diversity within European rabbits in Australia
pp. 789-794(6)
Authors: Zenger, K. R.; Richardson, B. J.; Vachot-Griffin, A-M.

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Erratum
pp. 803-803(1)

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