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- Barnowe-Meyer, Kerey K.; White, P.J.; Waits, Lisette P.; Byers, John A.
- Biological conservation 2013 v.168 pp. 108-115
- Antilocapra americana, etc ; adults; at-risk population; feces; females; habitats; heterozygosity; microsatellite repeats; migratory behavior; national parks; nuclear genome; philopatry; population genetics; summer; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Individual behavior promotes genetic structure within many mammalian populations, yet few studies have explored coarse- and fine-scale structure associated with migration. Fewer still have considered the conservation implications of such structure in at-risk populations. Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) inhabiting Yellowstone National Park are partially migratory, and strong adult fidelity to mig ...