The Journal of Heredity 2008 - Abstracts

The Journal of Heredity 2008
A weak effect of background selection on trinucleotide microsatellites in maize.Biological sciencesJohn Doebley, Lorinda K. Anderson, Anne-Celine Thuillet, Maud I. Tenaillon, Sharon E. Mitchell, Stephen Kresovich, Stephen M. Stack, Brandon Gaut
Characterization of Bovine TGMI and exclusion as candidate gene for ichthyosis in Chianina.Biological sciencesSabrina Dardano, Barbara Gandolfi, Pietro Parma, Michele Polli, Barbara Bighignoli, Maria G. Strillacci, Maria C. Cozzi, Luciano Molteni, Maria Longeri
Development of unique house mouse resources suitable for evolutionary studies of speciation.Biological sciencesHeidi C. Hauffe, Tomas Albrecht, Jaroslav Pialek, Martina Vyskocilova, Barbora Bimova, Dana Havelkova, Bimova Pialkova BarboraJana, Petra Dufkova, Vera Bencova, L'udovit Dureje, Milos Macholan, Pavel Munclinger, Radka Storchova, Alena Zajicova, Vladimir Holan, Sona Gregorova, Jiri Forejt
Evaluation of 15 candidate genes for dilated cardiomyopathy in the Newfoundland dog.Biological sciencesWilliam E. Ollier, Peter A. Leegwater, Bernard A. Van Oost, Anje C. Wiersma, Polona Stabej, Joanna Dukes-McEwan
In vitro and in silico annotation of conserved and nonconserved microRNAs in the genome of the Marsupial Monodelphis domestica.Biological sciencesEric J. Devor, Paul B. Samollow
MHC DQB-I polymorphism in the Gulf of California fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus) population.Biological sciencesSergio Nigenda-Morales, Sergio Flores-Ramirez, Jorge Urban-R, Ricardo Vazquez-Juarez
Molecular genetic insights on cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) ecology and conservation in Namibia.Biological sciencesWarren E. Johnson, Stephen J. O'Brien, Laurie L. Marker, Alison J. Pearks Wilkerson, Ronald J. Sarno, Janice Martenson, Christian Breitenmoser-Wursten
Population genetic variation and structure of the invasive weed Mikania micrantha in Southern China: consequences of rapid range expansion.Biological sciencesTing Wang, Yingjuan Su, Guopei Chen
Significant variation for fitness impacts of ETS loci in hybrids between populations of Tigriopus californicus.(electron transport system )Biological sciencesChristopher S. Willett
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