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Low Levels of Population Genetic Structure in Pinus Contorta (Pinaceae) Across a Geographic Mosaic of Co-Evolution
Contributor:Parchman, T. L.; Benkman, Craig; Jenkins, B.; Buerkle, C. A.
Premise of the study: Population genetic analyses provide information on the population context in which evolutionary processes operate and are important for understanding the evolution of geographically variable traits. ...
High Connectivity and Minimal Genetic Structure Among North American Boreal Owl (Aegolius Funereus) Populations, Regardless of Habitat Matrix
Contributor:Koopman, M. E.; Hayward, G. D.; McDonald, David
Habitat connectivity and corridors are often assumed to be critical for the persistence of patchily distributed populations, but empirical evidence for this assumption is scarce. We assessed the importance of connectivity ...