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- Pfrender, Michael E., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Molecular ecology 2016 v.25 no.24 pp. 6024-6038
- Daphnia magna; ecology; eggs; genetic stability; genetic variation; models; monitoring; selection pressure
- ... Studies monitoring changes in genetic diversity and composition through time allow a unique understanding of evolutionary dynamics and persistence of natural populations. However, such studies are often limited to species with short generation times that can be propagated in the laboratory or few exceptional cases in the wild. Species that produce dormant stages provide powerful models for the rec ...
- Pfrender, Michael E., et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Molecular ecology resources 2016 v.16 no.1 pp. 29-41
- DNA; amphibians; biological assessment; environmental health; fauna; fish; freshwater; genes; protected species; rare species; species diversity; traps
- ... Freshwater fauna are particularly sensitive to environmental change and disturbance. Management agencies frequently use fish and amphibian biodiversity as indicators of ecosystem health and a way to prioritize and assess management strategies. Traditional aquatic bioassessment that relies on capture of organisms via nets, traps and electrofishing gear typically has low detection probabilities for ...
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