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- Titus, Valorie R., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Conservation genetics 2014 v.15 no.6 pp. 1447-1462
- Ambystoma tigrinum; gene flow; genetic variation; habitats; inbreeding; landscapes; ponds; population size; population structure; viability; wildlife; New Jersey; New York
- ... Fragmented landscapes resulting from anthropogenic habitat modification can have significant impacts on dispersal, gene flow, and persistence of wildlife populations. Therefore, quantifying population connectivity across a mosaic of habitats in highly modified landscapes is critical for the development of conservation management plans for threatened populations. Endangered populations of the easte ...
- Titus, Valorie R., et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Journal of wildlife diseases 2008 v.44 no.4 pp. 851-863
- Ranavirus; turtles; tortoises; disease prevalence; disease diagnosis; disease detection; histopathology; polymerase chain reaction; sequence analysis; enzyme activity; electron microscopy; Florida; Georgia; New York; Pennsylvania
- ... Iridoviruses of the genus Ranavirus are well known for causing mass mortality events of fish and amphibians with sporadic reports of infection in reptiles. This article describes five instances of Ranavirus infection in chelonians between 2003 and 2005 in Georgia, Florida, New York, and Pennsylvania, USA. Affected species included captive Burmese star tortoises (Geochelone platynota), a free-rangi ...