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Crosses between frog populations reveal genetic divergence in larval life history at short geographical distance

Abstract:

A number of studies have documented interpopulation divergence in amphibian larval life-history traits across latitudes. Because many frogs are philopatric and have a patchy habitat distribution, genetic divergence could also exist on a much smaller geographical scale, revealed by recent estimates of population divergence using molecular markers. Whether this divergence is reflected in phenotypic traits is virtually unknown. Using artificial fertilization, individuals of the common frog, Rana...

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Journal:
BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
Volume:
89
Issue:
1
Pages:
189-195
Publication date:
2006-09-05
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EISSN:
1095-8312
ISSN:
0024-4066
URN:
uuid:e3cdc4cf-b6d8-41b9-8f97-9a9087862038
Source identifiers:
210288
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pubs:210288

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