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  • Genetic diversity through space and time: Insights from the invasive smallmouth bass

    07 Jun 2018

    The study organism, Smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu)

    Genetic diversity has long been considered a cornerstone of biological invasions. It is generally assumed that populations of an invasive alien species will have lower genetic diversity in the new invaded area when compared to populations in the native range. This is thought to be the result of small size of founding populations and genetic bottlenecks experienced on arrival in the new area.

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