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Cover marked and with some wear, internally in good condition. Contents include: Mendel's search for true-breeding hybrids; Adaptations from leaps in the dark; A worldwide perspective on the population structure and genetic diversity of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in New Zealand; Extremely low genetic diversity in the endangered Hawaiian monk seal (Monachus schauinsiandi); Mitochondrial and nuclear genetic variation across calving lagoons in eastern north Pacific gray whales (Eschrichtius robustus); Cytochrome b phylogeography of chamois (Rupicapra spp), population contractions and hybridizations governed the diversification of the genus; Tracing the geographic origins of major avocado cultivars; Low level of pollen-mediated gene flow from cultivated to wild grapevine consequences for the evolution of the endangered subspecies Vitis vinifera L. supsp. silvestris; Genetic variation revealed in the chloroplast-encoded RNA polymerase beta subunit of downy mildew-resistant genotype of opium poppy; Assessment of the Cape Cod phylogeopraphic break using the bamboo worm Clymenella torquota reveals the role of regional water masses in dispersal; Reduced X-linked rare polymorphism in males in comparison to females of Drosophila melanogaster; Simultaneous estimation of null alleles and interbreeding coefficients.
Title: Journal of Heredity vol.100 no.1, January-February 2009
Publisher: Oxford Journals for The American Genetic Association: 2009
Book Condition: Fair
Item: 300.00 Item
Seller ID: 13110402-114
Keywords: HEREDITY, GENETICS, GENETIC DIVERSITY, BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS, NEW ZEALAND, HAWAIIAN MONK SEAL, PACIFIC GRAY WHALES, CHAMOIS, AVOCADO CULTIVARS, GRAPEVINE, OPIUM POPPY, BAMBOO WORM, DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER