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Diversity lost: are all Holarctic large mammal species just relict populations?

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JournalBMC Biology
DatePublished - 21 Apr 2010
Volume8
Number of pages3
Pages (from-to)-
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Population genetic analyses of Eurasian wolves published recently in BMC Evolutionary Biology suggest that a major genetic turnover took place in Eurasian wolves after the Pleistocene. These results add to the growing evidence that large mammal species surviving the late Pleistocene extinctions nevertheless lost a large share of their genetic diversity.

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  • ANCIENT DNA, BROWN BEARS, EXTINCTIONS, DYNAMICS, HISTORY, WOLVES

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