By Richard Frankham,Jonathan D. Ballou,Katherine Ralls,Mark Eldridge,Michele R. Dudash,Charles B. Fenster,Robert C. Lacy,Paul Sunnucks
rarely do that. to the contrary, genetic tools are used often to rfile genetic differentiation between populations, with such a lot stories concluding that genetically differentiated populations will be controlled individually, thereby keeping apart them but additional and dooming many to eventual extinction!
Many small inhabitants fragments are going extinct largely for genetic purposes. even if the quickly advancing box of molecular genetics is constantly supplying new instruments to degree the level of inhabitants fragmentation and its genetic outcomes, sufficient counsel on how one can use those information for powerful conservation continues to be lacking.
This obtainable, authoritative textual content is geared toward senior undergraduate and graduate scholars drawn to conservation biology, conservation genetics, and natural world administration. it is going to even be of specific relevance to conservation practitioners and typical source managers, in addition to a broader educational viewers of conservation biologists and evolutionary ecologists.
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Genetic Management of Fragmented Animal and Plant Populations by Richard Frankham,Jonathan D. Ballou,Katherine Ralls,Mark Eldridge,Michele R. Dudash,Charles B. Fenster,Robert C. Lacy,Paul Sunnucks