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by William Eugene Evans,A. V. Yablokov

eBook Non-Invasive Study of Mammalian Populations ePub
Author: William Eugene Evans,A. V. Yablokov
Language: English
ISBN: 9546422045
ISBN13: 978-9546422040
Publisher: Pensoft Pub; 1 edition (June 1, 2004)
Pages: 142
Category: Biological Sciences
Subcategory: Science
Rating: 4.5
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Non-Invasive Study of Mammalian Populations. William E. Evans, A. V. Yablokov.

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This is the first book concerning a non-invasive approach to the study of mammalian populations in nature

This is the first book concerning a non-invasive approach to the study of mammalian populations in nature. Non-invasive methods for studying the population phenetics (the frequencies of qualitative detectable variations, or phenes, which reflect the genetic characteristics of the population) are set forth. Discrete phenotypic variations in organs are listed systematically for all main groups of mammals.

The first book on noninvasive approach to the study of animal populations in nature. The frequencies of the detectable individual variations (structural, behavioral, acoustics, et. give possibility to study population structure and dynamics, interrelationships between populations, understand phylogeographic (micro-evolutionary) patways.

The use of noninvasive techniques has great. potential in the study and conservation of endangered species. With this end in mind, Evans and Yablokov have written. Noninvasive Study of Mammalian Populations. 1983 Russian monograph on cetacean color patterns (Evans and. Yablokov 1983). Develop a database of whaling voyages in the eastern Canadian Arctic and document polar bear removals by direct hunting and trade with Inuit.

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William E. Non-Invasive Study of Mammalian Populations. Are you sure you want to remove Non-Invasive Study of Mammalian Populations from your list? Non-Invasive Study of Mammalian Populations. Published June 2004 by Pensoft Pub. Mammal populations, Phenetics.

Non-invasive methods for studying the population phenetics (the . Dr. Evans is a Professor Emeritus of the Marine Biology Department, Texas A&M University.

Non-invasive methods for studying the population phenetics (the frequencies of qualitative detectable variations, or phenes, which reflect the genetic characteristics of the population) are set forth. Alexey V. Yablokov is a chief scientist of . Kol'tzoff' Institute of Developmental Biology, Russian Academy of Science. Moscow State University, 1956), . c.

Phenetics Non-invasive Studies Of Mammals 40 Fig. III–5. It gives us possibilities for collecting a new materials for phenetics population studies of the sperm whale even without hunting. Dorsal strip variation of Hereford cows (Crew, 1931). 3. Dall porpoise Phocoenoides sp., l953; Brownell, l964; Mizue and Yoshida, l965; Pike and MacAskie, l969; Ohsumi, l972; Letherwood and Walker, 1979, and others).

This book on noninvasive approaches to the study of animal populations in nature includes historical and analytical reviews of the studies of color patterns, of acoustic, behavioral and structural features (including many qualitative variations like nose, ear, tooth, eyes, tail traits, dermatoglyphics etc.) in whales, dolphins, seals and some other mammalian groups. Phenetics that studies the frequencies of occurrence of qualitative detectable variations, or phenes, thus reflecting the populations's genetic characteristics, proves to be a new powerful methodology of noninvasive studies of natural populations.
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