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Volume 19, Number 9, May 2010

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Sex reversal and primary sex ratios in the common frog (Rana temporaria)
pp. 1763-1773(11)
Authors: ALHO, JUSSI S.; MATSUBA, CHIKAKO; MERILÄ, JUHA

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Genetic uniformity characterizes the invasive spread of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes), a clonal aquatic plant
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Authors: ZHANG, YUAN-YE; ZHANG, DA-YONG; BARRETT, SPENCER C. H.

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Identifying footprints of selection in stocked brown trout populations: a spatio-temporal approach
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Authors: HANSEN, MICHAEL M.; MEIER, KRISTIAN; MENSBERG, KAREN-LISE D.

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Micro- and macrospatial scale analyses illustrates mixed mating strategies and extensive geneflow in populations of an invasive haploid pathogen
pp. 1801-1813(13)
Authors: PÉREZ, GUILLERMO; SLIPPERS, BERNARD; WINGFIELD, BRENDA D.; HUNTER, GAVIN C.; WINGFIELD, MICHAEL J.

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Genetic diversity in water frog hybrids (Pelophylax esculentus) varies with population structure and geographic location
pp. 1814-1828(15)
Authors: ARIOLI, MARTINA; JAKOB, CHRISTIAN; REYER, HEINZ-ULRICH

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Geographic and genetic boundaries of brown bear (Ursus arctos) population in the Caucasus
pp. 1829-1841(13)
Authors: MURTSKHVALADZE, MARINE; GAVASHELISHVILI, ALEXANDER; TARKHNISHVILI, DAVID

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Conservation genomics of Atlantic salmon: variation in gene expression between and within regions of the Bay of Fundy
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Authors: VANDERSTEEN TYMCHUK, WENDY; O’REILLY, PATRICK; BITTMAN, JESSE; MACDONALD, DANIELLE; SCHULTE, PATRICIA

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Phylogeography of Douglas-fir based on mitochondrial and chloroplast DNA sequences: testing hypotheses from the fossil record
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Authors: GUGGER, PAUL F.; SUGITA, SHINYA; CAVENDER-BARES, JEANNINE

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Comparing parentage inference software: reanalysis of a red deer pedigree
pp. 1914-1928(15)
Authors: WALLING, CRAIG A.; PEMBERTON, JOSEPHINE M.; HADFIELD, JARROD D.; KRUUK, LOESKE E. B.

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Female-biased dispersal alone can reduce the occurrence of inbreeding in black grouse (Tetrao tetrix)
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Authors: LEBIGRE, C.; ALATALO, R. V.; SIITARI, H.

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The mushroom habitat as an ecological arena for global exchange of Wolbachia
pp. 1940-1952(13)
Authors: STAHLHUT, JULIE K.; DESJARDINS, CHRISTOPHER A.; CLARK, MICHAEL E.; BALDO, LAURA; RUSSELL, JACOB A.; WERREN, JOHN H.; JAENIKE, JOHN

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Wolbachia modulates Chikungunya replication in Aedes albopictus
pp. 1953-1964(12)
Authors: MOUSSON, L.; MARTIN, E.; ZOUACHE, K.; MADEC, Y.; MAVINGUI, P.; FAILLOUX, A. B.

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Microsatellite markers reveal two admixed genetic groups and an ongoing displacement within the French population of the invasive plant pathogen Phytophthora infestans
pp. 1965-1977(13)
Authors: MONTARRY, JOSSELIN; ANDRIVON, DIDIER; GLAIS, ISABELLE; CORBIERE, ROSELYNE; MIALDEA, GLADYS; DELMOTTE, FRANCOIS

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Responses of coral-associated bacterial communities to heat stress differ with Symbiodinium type on the same coral host
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Authors: LITTMAN, RAECHEL A.; BOURNE, DAVID G.; WILLIS, BETTE L.

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