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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 21, Number 7, 1 April 2012

The memory remains: application of historical DNA for scaling biodiversity loss
pp. 1539-1541(3)
Authors: NIELSEN, EINAR E.; BEKKEVOLD, DORTE

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Population genomics as a new tool for wildlife management
pp. 1542-1544(3)
Author: GOMPERT, ZACHARIAH

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Bacterial biofilms in a ‘genes‐to‐ecosystems’ context
pp. 1545-1547(3)
Author: CRUTSINGER, GREGORY M.

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The genetic differentiation at quantitative trait loci under local adaptation
pp. 1548-1566(19)
Authors: LE CORRE, VALÉRIE; KREMER, ANTOINE

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Resurrecting an extinct salmon evolutionarily significant unit: archived scales, historical DNA and implications for restoration
pp. 1567-1582(16)
Authors: IWAMOTO, ERIC M.; MYERS, JAMES M.; GUSTAFSON, RICHARD G.

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Genomic consequences of genetic rescue in an insular population of bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis)
pp. 1583-1596(14)
Authors: MILLER, J. M.; POISSANT, J.; HOGG, J. T.; COLTMAN, D. W.

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Gene flow and pathogen transmission among bobcats (Lynx rufus) in a fragmented urban landscape
pp. 1617-1631(15)
Authors: LEE, JUSTIN S.; RUELL, EMILY W.; BOYDSTON, ERIN E.; LYREN, LISA M.; ALONSO, ROBERT S.; TROYER, JENNIFER L.; CROOKS, KEVIN R.; VandeWOUDE, SUE

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Evidence for selection at cytokine loci in a natural population of field voles (Microtus agrestis)
pp. 1632-1646(15)
Authors: TURNER, ANDREW K.; BEGON, MIKE; JACKSON, JOSEPH A.; PATERSON, STEVE

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Fish migrate underground: the example of Delminichthys adspersus (Cyprinidae)
pp. 1658-1671(14)
Authors: PALANDAČIĆ, ANJA; MATSCHINER, MICHAEL; ZUPANČIČ, PRIMOŽ; SNOJ, ALEŠ

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Fig trees at the northern limit of their range: the distributions of cryptic pollinators indicate multiple glacial refugia
pp. 1687-1701(15)
Authors: CHEN, YAN; COMPTON, STEPHEN G.; LIU, MIN; CHEN, XIAO‐YONG

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Divergence and biogeography of the recently evolved Macaronesian red Festuca (Gramineae) species inferred from coalescence‐based analyses
pp. 1702-1726(25)
Authors: DÍAZ‐PÉREZ, A. J.; SEQUEIRA, M.; SANTOS‐GUERRA, A.; CATALÁN, P.

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Building genetic networks using relatedness information: a novel approach for the estimation of dispersal and characterization of group structure in social animals
pp. 1727-1740(14)
Authors: ROLLINS, LEE ANN; BROWNING, LUCY E.; HOLLELEY, CLARE E.; SAVAGE, JAMES L.; RUSSELL, ANDREW F.; GRIFFITH, SIMON C.

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Minimal increase in genetic diversity enhances predation resistance
pp. 1741-1753(13)
Authors: KOH, KAI S.; MATZ, CARSTEN; TAN, CHUAN H.; LE, HOANG L.; RICE, SCOTT A.; MARSHALL, DUSTIN J.; STEINBERG, PETER D.; KJELLEBERG, STAFFAN

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Environment or kin: whence do bees obtain acidophilic bacteria?
pp. 1754-1768(15)
Authors: McFREDERICK, QUINN S.; WCISLO, WILLIAM T.; TAYLOR, DOUGLAS R.; ISHAK, HEATHER D.; DOWD, SCOT E.; MUELLER, ULRICH G.

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Legumes select symbiosis island sequence variants in Bradyrhizobium
pp. 1769-1778(10)
Author: PARKER, MATTHEW A.

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Ecological drift and local exposures drive enteric bacterial community differences within species of Galápagos iguanas
pp. 1779-1788(10)
Authors: LANKAU, EMILY W.; HONG, PEI‐YING; MACKIE, RODERICK I.

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