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Comparative population genetic studies of closely related taxa provide a powerful framework for evaluating if and to what degree a species of conservation concern has been negatively impacted by factors such as habitat fragmentation, decreased population connectivity, inbreeding and genetic...
Within captive management programs for species of conservation concern, understanding the genetic mating system is of fundamental importance, given its role in generating and maintaining genetic diversity and promoting opportunities for sperm competition. If a goal of a conservation program is...
Natural monuments are IUCN Category III protected areas that play an important role in biodiversity conservation as they provide species refuge and allow species migration. Despite their status, natural monuments are often confined to cultural and fragmented landscapes due to anthropogenic...
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