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Phylogeography and population genetics in Crustacea

Stefan Koenemann

Phylogeography and population genetics in Crustacea

by Stefan Koenemann

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Published by Taylor & Francis in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geographical distribution,
  • Genetics,
  • Crustacea,
  • Variation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementeditors, Stefan Koenemann, Christoph Schubart, Christoph Held
    SeriesCrustacean issues
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL435 . P49 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25156679M
    ISBN 109781439840733
    LC Control Number2011041737

    Phylogeography is a discipline concerned with various relationships between gene genealogies--phylogenetics--and geography. The word "phylogeography" was coined in , and since then the scientific literature has reflected an exploding interest in the topic/5(11). Many environments occupied by North American sea ducks are remote and difficult to access, and as a result, detailed information about life history characteristics that drive population dynamics within and across species is limited. Nevertheless, progress on this front during the past several decades has benefited by the application of genetic technologies, and for several species, these.

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D., eds (): Phylogeography and Population Genetics in Crustacea / C. Held, S. Koenemann and C. Schubart (editors). Phylogeography combines information from population genetics, phylogenetics, geoclimatic history, paleontology, population biology, molecular evolution, and historical biogeography in order to characterize the geographic distributions of genealogical lineages across the geographic landscape (referred to as phylogeographic patterns), and to.

Phylogeography is a discipline concerned with various relationships between gene genealogies--phylogenetics--and geography. The word "phylogeography" was coined inand since then the scientific literature has reflected an exploding interest in the topic.

Yet, to date, no book-length treatment of this emerging field has appeared. Molecular phylogeography and population genetics of the brine shrimp Artemia (Crustacea, Branchiopoda, Anostraca) Article January with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

And that greatly simplifies thinking about phylogeography and population genetics. We don't have to worry about the entire population, just the sample that we have looked at in our particular study. OK, so here's an example of a gene tree.

We integrate phylogeographical and population genetic analyses and species distribution modelling to develop a broad view of its current condition and prognosis for conservation. We use genotyping‐by‐sequencing to characterize the genomes of S. longii individuals from 20 populations distributed throughout its range (New Jersey to Nova.

Phylogeography has connections to molecular evolutionary genetics, natural history, population biology, paleontology, historical geography, and speciation analysis.

Phylogeography captures the conceptual and empirical richness of the field, and also the sense of genuine innovation that phylogeographic perspectives have brought to evolutionary Reviews: 4. Because this multilocus viewpoint has now spread, leading to statistical phylogeography and the species tree paradigm (Knowles and Maddison,Edwards,Knowles, ), it is valuable to consider population genetic summary statistics them, θ is most central and most relevant to phylogeography and phylogenetics.

It is important to remember that each ancestral node in a. We compare the phylogeography and genetic connectivity of two sandy-beach crustaceans with contrasting dispersal potentials and population traits in Brazil, based on the 16S mitochondrial gene.

Demographic history. We explored lowland tapir demographic history across the same three different groupings of samples: (1) phylogenetic; (2) geographic, and (3) the phylogenetic grouping, we found significant negative values for Fu's Fs (Fs =p ≤ ) and Tajima's D (D =p ≤ ) for clade IV, indicating population expansion (Table 3).Phylogeography and population genetics analyses were combined to detect 31 wild populations of the T.

indicum complex. Two distinct lineages, Tuber cf. indicum and Tuber cf. himalayense, were identified in the T. indicum complex that exhibited significant phylogeographic structures and genetic differentiation.

The characteristics of haplotypes.Phylogeography is a growth area of evolutionary biology. John Avise coined the term ‘phylogeography’ in and has been the prime mover in promoting the successful development of the field.