2014. Kraus, Robert H. S., vonHoldt, Bridgett, Cocchiararo, Berardino, Harms, Verena, Bayerl, Helmut, Kühn, Ralph, Förster, Daniel W., Fickel, Jörns, Roos, Christian, and Nowak, Carsten. Noninvasive genetics based on microsatellite markers has become an indispensable tool for wildlife monitoring and conservation research over the pa... Molecular Ecology Resources. Senckenberg Museum, Princeton University, Technical University Munich, New Mexico State University, and Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research.
2015. Driscoll, Carlos, Yamaguchi, Nobuyuki, O’Brien, Stephen J, and Macdonald, David W. The wildcat (Felis silvestris ssp.) is a conservation concern largely due to introgressive hybridization with its congener F. s. catus, the common ... Journal of Heredity.
2013. O'Malley, Kathleen G., Jacobson, Dave P., Kurth, Ryon, Dill, Allen J., and Banks, Michael A. Neutral genetic markers are routinely used to define distinct units within species that warrant discrete management. Human-induced changes to gene ... Evolutionary Applications. Oregon State University and California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
2014. Brazzola, Gregory, Chèvre, Nathalie, and Wedekind, Claus. The evolutionary potential of natural populations to adapt to anthropogenic threats critically depends on whether there exists additive genetic var... Evolutionary Applications. University of Lausanne.
2016. vonHoldt, Bridgett M., Kays, Roland W., Pollinger, John P., and Wayne, Robert K. Hybrid zones typically contain novel gene combinations that can be tested by natural selection in a unique genetic context. Parental haplotypes tha... Molecular Ecology. Princeton University and University of California Los Angeles.
2010. Hauser, Lorenz, Baird, Melissa, Hilborn, Ray, Seeb, Lisa W., and Seeb, James E. Because of their high variability, microsatellites are still considered the marker of choice for studies on parentage and kinship in wild populatio... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of Washington.
2017. Razgour, Orly, Taggart, John B., Manel, Stéphanie, Juste, Javier, Ibáñez, Carlos, Rebelo, Hugo, Alberdi, Antton, Jones, Gareth, and Park, Kirsty. Climate change is a major threat to global biodiversity that will produce a range of new selection pressures. Understanding species responses to cl... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of Bristol, University of Stirling, University of Southampton, Wageningen University & Research, and University of Copenhagen.
2018. Epps, Clinton W., Crowhurst, Rachel S., and Nickerson, Brandon S. Determining how species move across complex and fragmented landscapes and interact with human-made barriers is a major research focus in conservati... Molecular Ecology. Oregon State University.
2014. Gaubert, Philippe, Njiokou, Flobert, Olayemi, Ayodeji, Pagani, Paolo, Dufour, Sylvain, Danquah, Emmanuel, Nutsuakor, Mac Elikem K., Ngua, Gabriel, Missoup, Alain-Didier, Tedesco, Pablo A., Dernat, Rémy, and Antunes, Agostinho. The bushmeat trade in tropical Africa represents illegal, unsustainable off-takes of millions of tons of wild game – mostly mammals – per year. We ... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of Montpellier, Université de Yaoundé I, Obafemi Awolowo University, Dutch Wildlife Health Centre; Faculty of Veterinary Medicine; Yalelaan 1 3584 CL Utrecht The Netherlands*, SYLVATROP; 26 route de Vannes Nantes France*, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Amigos de la Naturaleza y del Desarrollo de Guinea Ecuatorial (ANDEGE); Barrió Ukomba, S/N Bata Equatorial Guinea*, University of Douala, French National Centre for Scientific Research, and University of Porto.
2014. Valtonen, Mia, Palo, Jukka U., Aspi, Jouni, Ruokonen, Minna, Kunnasranta, Mervi, and Nyman, Tommi. BMC Ecology. University of Eastern Finland, University of Helsinki, and University of Oulu.