Data from: Assessing current genetic status of the Hainan gibbon using historical and demographic baselines: implications for conservation management of species of extreme rarity

Bryant JV, Gottelli D, Zeng X, Hong X, Chan BPL, Fellowes JR, Zhang Y, Luo J, Durrant C, Geissmann T, Chatterjee HJ, Turvey ST

Date Published: June 7, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r1mc3

 

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Title Hainan gibbon microsatellite genotypes
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Description Hainan gibbon genotypes for 13 polymorphic microsatellite loci with associated sample information (sample years, locations, number of samples/individual, number of DNA extractions/individual, final consensus genoptypes), plus microsatellite multiplex mixes used for genotyping.
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Bryant JV, Gottelli D, Zeng X, Hong X, Chan BPL, Fellowes JR, Zhang Y, Luo J, Durrant C, Geissmann T, Chatterjee HJ, Turvey ST (2016) Assessing current genetic status of the Hainan gibbon using historical and demographic baselines: implications for conservation management of species of extreme rarity. Molecular Ecology 25(15): 3540-3556. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13716

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Bryant JV, Gottelli D, Zeng X, Hong X, Chan BPL, Fellowes JR, Zhang Y, Luo J, Durrant C, Geissmann T, Chatterjee HJ, Turvey ST (2016) Data from: Assessing current genetic status of the Hainan gibbon using historical and demographic baselines: implications for conservation management of species of extreme rarity. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r1mc3
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