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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 15, Number 4, April 2006

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Effect of disturbances on the genetic diversity of an old-forest associated lichen
pp. 911-921(11)
Authors: WERTH, SILKE; WAGNER, HELENE H.; HOLDEREGGER, ROLF; KALWIJ, JESSE M.; SCHEIDEGGER, CHRISTOPH

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Y-chromosome analysis confirms highly sex-biased dispersal and suggests a low male effective population size in bonobos (Pan paniscus)
pp. 939-949(11)
Authors: ERIKSSON, JONAS; SIEDEL, HEIKE; LUKAS, DIETER; KAYSER, MANFRED; ERLER, AXEL; HASHIMOTO, CHIE; HOHMANN, GOTTFRIED; BOESCH, CHRISTOPHE; VIGILANT, LINDA

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Population genetic structure of Japanese wild soybean (Glycine soja) based on microsatellite variation
pp. 959-974(16)
Authors: KURODA, Y.; KAGA, A.; TOMOOKA, N.; VAUGHAN, D. A.

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History vs. current demography: explaining the genetic population structure of the common frog (Rana temporaria)
pp. 975-983(9)
Authors: JOHANSSON, MARKUS; PRIMMER, CRAIG R.; MERILÄ, JUHA

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Mitochondrial DNA reveals a strong phylogeographic structure in the badger across Eurasia
pp. 1007-1020(14)
Authors: MARMI, J.; LÓPEZ-GIRÁLDEZ, F.; MACDONALD, D. W.; CALAFELL, F.; ZHOLNEROVSKAYA, E.; DOMINGO-ROURA, X.

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Molecular ecology of zebra mussel invasions
pp. 1021-1031(11)
Authors: MAY, GEMMA E.; GELEMBIUK, GREGORY W.; PANOV, VADIM E.; ORLOVA, MARINA I.; LEE, CAROL EUNMI

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Phylogeography and systematics of zebra mussels and related species
pp. 1033-1050(18)
Authors: GELEMBIUK, GREGORY W.; MAY, GEMMA E.; LEE, CAROL EUNMI

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Biogeographic history of an Australian freshwater shrimp, Paratya australiensis (Atyidae): the role life history transition in phylogeographic diversification
pp. 1083-1093(11)
Authors: COOK, B. D.; BAKER, A. M.; PAGE, T. J.; GRANT, S. C.; FAWCETT, J. H.; HURWOOD, D. A.; HUGHES, J. M.

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Genetic structure of sibling butterfly species affected by Wolbachia infection sweep: evolutionary and biogeographical implications
pp. 1095-1108(14)
Authors: NARITA, SATOKO; NOMURA, MASASHI; KATO, YOSHIOMI; FUKATSU, TAKEMA

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Late Quaternary climate change and spatial genetic structure in the shrub Banksia hookeriana
pp. 1125-1137(13)
Authors: KRAUSS, SIEGFRIED L.; HE, TIANHUA; LAMONT, BYRON B.; MILLER, BEN P.; ENRIGHT, NEAL J.

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Kin distribution of amphibian larvae in the wild
pp. 1139-1145(7)
Authors: HALVERSON, M. A.; SKELLY, D. K.; CACCONE, A.

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Male parentage in army ants
pp. 1147-1151(5)
Authors: KRONAUER, DANIEL J. C.; SCHÖNING, CASPAR; BOOMSMA, JACOBUS J.

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Genetic variation in MHC class II expression and interactions with MHC sequence polymorphism in three-spined sticklebacks
pp. 1153-1164(12)
Authors: WEGNER, K. M.; KALBE, M.; RAUCH, G.; KURTZ, J.; SCHASCHL, H.; REUSCH, T. B. H.

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Fitness of hybrids between rapeseed (Brassica napus) and wild Brassica rapa in natural habitats
pp. 1175-1184(10)
Authors: ALLAINGUILLAUME, J.; ALEXANDER, M.; BULLOCK, J. M.; SAUNDERS, M.; ALLENDER, C. J.; KING, G.; FORD, C. S.; WILKINSON, M. J.

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A reply to Engel et al.
pp. 1185-1187(3)
Authors: WALLACE, AARON L.; KLEIN, ANITA S.; MATHIESON, ARTHUR C.

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Cryptic population structuring in Scandinavian lynx: reply to Pamilo
pp. 1189-1192(4)
Authors: JORDE, P. E.; RUENESS, E. K.; STENSETH, N. C.; JAKOBSEN, K. S.

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