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- Shin, E-Hyun, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Genetica 2018 v.146 no.2 pp. 211-226
- Crocidura; cytochrome b; fauna; flora; gene flow; genes; genetic drift; genetic variation; haplotypes; islands; mitochondria; mitochondrial genome; models; phylogeny; phylogeography; population growth; refuge habitats; shrews; small mammals; temperate zones; variance; South Korea; Taiwan
- ... Many peninsulas in the temperate zone played an important role as refugia of various flora and fauna, and the southern Korean Peninsula also served as a refugium for many small mammals in East Asia during the Pleistocene. The Asian lesser white-toothed shrew, Crocidura shantungensis, is a widely distributed species in East Asia, and is an appropriate model organism for exploring the role of the Ko ...