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Volume 15, Number 1, January 2006

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Editorial 2006
pp. 1-2(2)

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Rapid parallel evolutionary changes of gene transcription profiles in farmed Atlantic salmon
pp. 9-20(12)
Authors: ROBERGE, CHRISTIAN; EINUM, SIGURD; GUDERLEY, HELGA; BERNATCHEZ, LOUIS

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Life history correlates of inbreeding depression in mandrills (Mandrillus sphinx)
pp. 21-28(8)
Authors: CHARPENTIER, M.; SETCHELL, J. M.; PRUGNOLLE, F.; WICKINGS, E. J.; PEIGNOT, P.; BALLOUX, F.; HOSSAERT-MCKEY, M.

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Comparative population structure of Cynopterus fruit bats in peninsular Malaysia and southern Thailand
pp. 29-47(19)
Authors: CAMPBELL, POLLY; SCHNEIDER, CHRISTOPHER J.; ADNAN, ADURA M.; ZUBAID, AKBAR; KUNZ, THOMAS H.

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The relative influence of natural selection and geography on gene flow in guppies
pp. 49-62(14)
Authors: CRISPO, ERIKA; BENTZEN, PAUL; REZNICK, DAVID N.; KINNISON, MICHAEL T.; HENDRY, ANDREW P.

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Natal philopatry does not lead to population genetic differentiation in Buller's albatross (Thalassarche bulleri bulleri)
pp. 73-79(7)
Authors: VAN BEKKUM, MARGO; SAGAR, PAUL M.; STAHL, JEAN-CLAUDE; CHAMBERS, GEOFFREY K.

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Estimating population size of endangered brush-tailed rock-wallaby (Petrogale penicillata) colonies using faecal DNA
pp. 81-91(11)
Authors: PIGGOTT, M. P.; BANKS, S. C.; STONE, N.; BANFFY, C.; TAYLOR, A. C.

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Microsatellites reveal a lack of structure in Australian populations of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L.)
pp. 107-118(12)
Authors: ENDERSBY, N. M.; MCKECHNIE, S. W.; RIDLAND, P. M.; WEEKS, A. R.

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Bayesian analyses of admixture in wild and domestic cats (Felis silvestris) using linked microsatellite loci
pp. 119-131(13)
Authors: LECIS, R.; PIERPAOLI, M.; BIRÒ, Z. S.; SZEMETHY, L.; RAGNI, B.; VERCILLO, F.; RANDI, E.

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Conflicting patterns of mitochondrial and nuclear DNA diversity in Phylloscopus warblers
pp. 161-171(11)
Authors: BENSCH, STAFFAN; IRWIN, DARREN E.; IRWIN, JESSICA H.; KVIST, LAURA; ÅKESSON, SUSANNE

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European colonization by the spined loach (Cobitis taenia) from Ponto-Caspian refugia based on mitochondrial DNA variation
pp. 173-190(18)
Authors: CULLING, MARK A.; JANKO, KAREL; BORON, ALICJA; VASIL’EV, VICTOR P.; CÔTÉ, ISABELLE M.; HEWITT, GODFREY M.

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Comparative phylogeographic summary statistics for testing simultaneous vicariance
pp. 209-223(15)
Authors: HICKERSON, M. J.; DOLMAN, G.; MORITZ, C.

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Beringian origins and cryptic speciation events in the fly agaric (Amanita muscaria)
pp. 225-239(15)
Authors: GEML, J.; LAURSEN, G. A.; O'NEILL, K.; NUSBAUM, H. C.; TAYLOR, D. L.

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A tale of two siblings: multiple paternity in big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) demonstrated using microsatellite markers
pp. 241-247(7)
Authors: VONHOF, M. J.; BARBER, D.; FENTON, M. B.; STROBECK, C.

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Molecular evidence for a founder effect in invasive house finch (Carpodacus mexicanus) populations experiencing an emergent disease epidemic
pp. 263-275(13)
Authors: HAWLEY, DANA M.; HANLEY, DANIEL; DHONDT, ANDRÉ A.; LOVETTE, IRBY J.

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Matching the origin of an invasive weed for selection of a herbivore haplotype for a biological control programme
pp. 287-297(11)
Authors: GOOLSBY, JOHN A.; DE BARRO, PAUL J.; MAKINSON, JEFFREY R.; PEMBERTON, ROBERT W.; HARTLEY, DIANA M.; FROHLICH, DONALD R.

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