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2. A test of the riverine barrier hypothesis in the largest subtropical river basin in the neotropics
2019. Campagna, Leonardo, Kopuchian, Cecilia, Lijtmaer, Darío A., Cabanne, Gustavo S., García, Natalia C., Lavinia, Pablo D., Tubaro, Pablo L., Lovette, Irby, and Di Giacomo, Adrián S. The riverine barrier hypothesis proposes that large rivers represent geographic barriers to gene flow for terrestrial organisms, leading to populat... Molecular Ecology. Cornell University, National Scientific and Technical Research Council, Bernardino Rivadavia Natural Sciences Museum, and National University of the Littoral.
2019. Ostevik, Kate, Samuk, Kieran, and Rieseberg, Loren. Mapping the chromosomal rearrangements between species can inform our understanding of genome evolution, reproductive isolation, and speciation. He... 0016-6731. Duke University and University of British Columbia.
4. Assessing changes in genomic divergence following a century of human mediated secondary contact among wild and captive-bred ducks
2019. Lavretsky, Philip, Rotzel McInerney, Nancy, Mohl, Jonathon, Brown, Joshua, James, Helen, McCracken, Kevin, and Fleischer, Robert. Along with manipulating habitat, the direct release of domesticated individuals into the wild is a practice used world-wide to augment wildlife pop... Molecular Ecology. The University of Texas at El Paso, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, Prirodnjacki Muzej Crne Gore, and University of Miami.
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2017. May, Michael R., Hoehna, Sebastian, and Moore, Brian R. The paleontological record chronicles numerous episodes of mass extinction that severely culled the Tree of Life. Biologists have long sought to as... Methods in Ecology and Evolution. University of California, Davis, University of California System, and Stockholm University.
2013. Papadopulos, Alexander S. T., Price, Zuzana, Devaux, Celine, Hipperson, Helen, Smadja, Carole M., Hutton, Ian, Baker, William J., Butlin, Roger K., Savolainen, Vincent, Price, Z., Hipperson, H., Butlin, R. K., and Baker, W. J. On Lord Howe Island, speciation is thought to have taken place in situ in a diverse array of distantly related plant taxa (Metrosideros, Howea and ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Imperial College London, Lord Howe Island Museum; Lord Howe Island; NSW; Australia*, Royal Botanic Gardens, and University of Sheffield.
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