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Volume 18, Number 22, November 2009

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When it comes to inbreeding: slower is better
pp. 4521-4522(2)
Author: REED, DAVID H.

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Pathogens as potential selective agents in the wild
pp. 4523-4525(3)
Author: DIONNE, MÉLANIE

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An AFLP clock for absolute dating of shallow-time evolutionary history – too good to be true?
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Authors: EHRICH, D.; EIDESEN, P. B.; ALSOS, I. G.; BROCHMANN, C.

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On gene dispersal studies in complex landscapes: a reply to the comment on
pp. 4536-4540(5)
Authors: GARCÍA, CRISTINA; GODOY, JOSÉ A.; JORDANO, PEDRO

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Mitochondrial DNA as a marker of molecular diversity: a reappraisal
pp. 4541-4550(10)
Authors: GALTIER, N.; NABHOLZ, B.; GLÉMIN, S.; HURST, G. D. D.

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Efficiency of selection, as measured by single nucleotide polymorphism variation, is dependent on inbreeding rate in Drosophila melanogaster
pp. 4551-4563(13)
Authors: DEMONTIS, DITTE; PERTOLDI, CINO; LOESCHCKE, VOLKER; MIKKELSEN, KARINA; AXELSSON, TOMAS; KRISTENSEN, TORSTEN NYGAARD

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Spatial genetic structure in continuous and fragmented populations of Pinus pinaster Aiton
pp. 4564-4576(13)
Authors: DE-LUCAS, A. I.; GONZÁLEZ-MARTÍNEZ, S. C.; VENDRAMIN, G. G.; HIDALGO, E.; HEUERTZ, M.

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Genetic epidemiology of the Sudden Oak Death pathogen Phytophthora ramorum in California
pp. 4577-4590(14)
Authors: MASCHERETTI, S.; CROUCHER, P. J. P.; KOZANITAS, M.; BAKER, L.; GARBELOTTO, M.

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Contrasting mtDNA diversity and population structure in a direct-developing marine gastropod and its trematode parasites
pp. 4591-4603(13)
Authors: KEENEY, DEVON B.; KING, TANIA M.; ROWE, DIANE L.; POULIN, ROBERT

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Genetic variability is unrelated to growth and parasite infestation in natural populations of the European eel (Anguilla anguilla)
pp. 4604-4616(13)
Authors: PUJOLAR, J. M.; BEVACQUA, D.; CAPOCCIONI, F.; CICCOTTI, E.; DE LEO, G. A.; ZANE, L.

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Female-biased dispersal under conditions of low male mating competition in a polygynous mammal
pp. 4617-4630(14)
Authors: PÉREZ-GONZÁLEZ, J.; CARRANZA, J.

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Major histocompatibility complex variation at class II DQA locus in the brown hare (Lepus europaeus)
pp. 4631-4649(19)
Authors: KOUTSOGIANNOULI, E. A.; MOUTOU, K. A.; SARAFIDOU, T.; STAMATIS, C.; SPYROU, V.; MAMURIS, Z.

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Polymorphism at the avpr1a locus in male prairie voles correlated with genetic but not social monogamy in field populations
pp. 4680-4695(16)
Authors: SOLOMON, N. G.; RICHMOND, A. R.; HARDING, P. A.; FRIES, A.; JACQUEMIN, S.; SCHAEFER, R. L.; LUCIA, K. E.; KEANE, B.

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Genetic relatedness in wintering groups of house sparrows (Passer domesticus)
pp. 4696-4706(11)
Authors: LIKER, A.; BÓKONY, V.; KULCSÁR, A.; TÓTH, Z.; SZABÓ, K.; KAHOLEK, B.; PÉNZES, Z.

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Genetic relatedness in groups of the humbug damselfish Dascyllus aruanus: small, similar-sized individuals may be close kin
pp. 4707-4715(9)
Authors: BUSTON, PETER M.; FAUVELOT, CÉCILE; WONG, MARIAN Y. L.; PLANES, SERGE

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