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Local population differentiation in Bromus tectorum L. in relation to habitat-specific selection regimes
A central question of invasion biology is how an exotic species invades new habitats following its initial establishment. Three hypotheses to explain this expansion are: (1) the existence of â€˜general purposeâ€™ genotypes, (2) the in situ evolution of novel genotypes, and (3) the dispersal of existing specialized genotypes into habitats for which they are pre-adapted. Bromus tectorum is a selfing exotic winter annual grass that has achieved widespread dominance in semiarid western North America and that is actively invading salt desert habitats. We examined mechanisms driving this invasion in three complementary studies. In reciprocal seeding experiments with ten populations from saline playa, salt desert shrubland,...
Genetics and morphology of Yaqui chub Gila purpurea , an endangered cyprinid fish subject to recovery efforts.
Genetic variation in the endangered fish fauna (Atheriniformes: Cyprinodontidae) associated with pluvial Lake Sandia, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Somatic and heritable effects of environmental genotoxins and the emergence of evolutionary toxicology
Introgression of the Florida largemouth bass genome into stream populations of northern largemouth bass in Oklahoma
Considerations in defining the concept of a distinct population segment of any species of vertebrate fish or wildlife
Workshop Report Genetics of Highly Migratory Oceanic Pelagic Fishes: Bluefin Tuna, Held in Charleston, South Carolina, July 20-22 1994
Mitochondrial DNA variability in the endangered razorback sucker (Xyrauchen texanus): Analysis of hatchery stocks and implications for captive propagation
Stock composition of the New York Bight Atlantic sturgeon fishery based on analysis of mitochondrial DNA
Genotypic diversity and gene flow in brooding and spawning corals along the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: Aves, Aves, D 04671 Birds; G 07260 Taxonomy, systematics and evolutionar, DNA, Ecology Abstracts; Genetics Abstracts; ASFA 1: Biological Sc,