Fine-scale population genetic structure of the yellow perch Perca flavescens in Lake Erie
Abstract:Discerning the genetic basis underlying fine-scale population structure of exploited native species and its relationship to management units is a critical goal for effective conservation. This study provides the first high-resolution genetic test of fine-scale relationships among spawning groups of the yellow perch
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 27, 2011
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