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Volume 18, Number 8, April 2009

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Using parentage analysis to examine gene flow and spatial genetic structure
pp. 1551-1552(2)
Authors: KANE, NOLAN C.; KING, MATTHEW G.

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Internal algorithm variability and among-algorithm discordance in statistical haplotype reconstruction
pp. 1556-1559(4)
Authors: HUANG, ZU-SHI; JI, YA-JIE; ZHANG, DE-XING

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Invasive species can't cover their tracks: using microsatellites to assist management of starling (Sturnus vulgaris) populations in Western Australia
pp. 1560-1573(14)
Authors: ROLLINS, LEE ANN; WOOLNOUGH, ANDREW P.; WILTON, ALAN N.; SINCLAIR, RON; SHERWIN, WILLIAM B.

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Gene flow of Acanthaster planci (L.) in relation to ocean currents revealed by microsatellite analysis
pp. 1574-1590(17)
Authors: YASUDA, NINA; NAGAI, SATOSHI; HAMAGUCHI, MASAMI; OKAJI, KEN; GÉRARD, KARIN; NADAOKA, KAZUO

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Landscape barriers reduce gene flow in an invasive carnivore: geographical and local genetic structure of American mink in Scotland
pp. 1601-1615(15)
Authors: ZALEWSKI, ANDRZEJ; PIERTNEY, STUART B.; ZALEWSKA, HANNA; LAMBIN, XAVIER

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Contribution of cyclic parthenogenesis and colonization history to population structure in Daphnia
pp. 1616-1628(13)
Authors: THIELSCH, ANNE; BREDE, NORA; PETRUSEK, ADAM; DE MEESTER, LUC; SCHWENK, KLAUS

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Influence of life-history variation on the genetic structure of two sympatric salamander taxa
pp. 1629-1639(11)
Authors: STEELE, C. A.; BAUMSTEIGER, J.; STORFER, ANDREW

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Pleistocene glaciation events shape genetic structure across the range of the American lobster, Homarus americanus
pp. 1654-1667(14)
Authors: KENCHINGTON, ELLEN L.; HARDING, GARETH C.; JONES, MATHEW W.; PRODÖHL, PAULO A.

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Phylogeography of lions (Panthera leo ssp.) reveals three distinct taxa and a late Pleistocene reduction in genetic diversity
pp. 1668-1677(10)
Authors: BARNETT, ROSS; SHAPIRO, BETH; BARNES, IAN; HO, SIMON Y. W.; BURGER, JOACHIM; YAMAGUCHI, NOBUYUKI; HIGHAM, THOMAS F. G.; WHEELER, H. TODD; ROSENDAHL, WILFRIED; SHER, ANDREI V.; SOTNIKOVA, MARINA; KUZNETSOVA, TATIANA; BARYSHNIKOV, GENNADY F.; MARTIN, LARRY D.; HARINGTON, C. RICHARD; BURNS, JAMES A.; COOPER, ALAN

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Natural selection influences AFLP intraspecific genetic variability and introgression patterns in Atlantic eels
pp. 1678-1691(14)
Authors: GAGNAIRE, P. A.; ALBERT, V.; JÓNSSON, B.; BERNATCHEZ, L.

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Geographical distribution of cryptic genetic types in the planktonic foraminifer Globigerinoides ruber
pp. 1692-1706(15)
Authors: AURAHS, RALF; GRIMM, GUIDO W.; HEMLEBEN, VERA; HEMLEBEN, CHRISTOPH; KUCERA, MICHAL

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Chloroplast DNA phylogeography suggests a West African centre of origin for the baobab, Adansonia digitata L. (Bombacoideae, Malvaceae)
pp. 1707-1715(9)
Authors: POCK TSY, JEAN-MICHEL LEONG; LUMARET, ROSELYNE; MAYNE, DIANA; VALL, ABDALLAHI OULD MOHAMED; ABUTABA, YAHIA I. M.; SAGNA, MAURICE; RAOSETA, SOAHARIN’NY ONY RAKOTONDRALAMBO; DANTHU, PASCAL

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Out of the Andes: patterns of diversification in clearwing butterflies
pp. 1716-1729(14)
Authors: ELIAS, M.; JORON, M.; WILLMOTT, K.; SILVA-BRANDÃO, K. L.; KAISER, V.; ARIAS, C. F.; PIÑEREZ, L. M. GOMEZ; URIBE, S.; BROWER, A. V. Z.; FREITAS, A. V. L.; JIGGINS, C. D.

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Species-wide phylogeography of North American mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus): cryptic glacial refugia and postglacial recolonization
pp. 1730-1745(16)
Authors: LATCH, EMILY K.; HEFFELFINGER, JAMES R.; FIKE, JENNIFER A.; RHODES Jr, OLIN E.

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Flexible social organization and high incidence of drifting in the sweat bee, Halictus scabiosae
pp. 1791-1800(10)
Authors: ULRICH, YUKO; PERRIN, NICOLAS; CHAPUISAT, MICHEL

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Detection of selection signatures within candidate regions underlying trypanotolerance in outbred cattle populations
pp. 1801-1813(13)
Authors: DAYO, G.-K.; THEVENON, S.; BERTHIER, D.; MOAZAMI-GOUDARZI, K.; DENIS, C.; CUNY, G.; EGGEN, A.; GAUTIER, M.

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