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- What Molecules Can Tell Us about Populations: Choosing and Using a Molecular Marker
- Patricia G. Parker, Allison A. Snow, Malcolm D. Schug, Gregory C. Booton, Paul A. Fuerst
- Ecology, Vol. 79, No. 2 (Mar., 1998), pp. 361-382
- Subjects: Developmental & Cell Biology, Botany & Plant Sciences, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Zoology
- Key terms: marker, allozyme, genetic, fragment, restriction, genome, variation, region, polymorphic, technique, rflp, allele, microsatellite, enzyme, multilocu, locus, probe, population, sequence, genomic, nuclear, primer
- CiteRank: 0.9333
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