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Genes, populations, and species

edited by David Ehrenfeld

(Readings from Conservation biology)

Society for Conservation Biology , Blackwell Science, c1995

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Includes bibliographical references

内容説明・目次

内容説明

This series of readings from "Conservation Biology" gives easy access to papers published in a range of important fields. This volume on population and species can make course preparation easy. It is a ready-made collection of representative papers in a format students can use. The readings should also be useful for researchers and academics needing an update in a specific area.

目次

  • The species problem and conservation: what are we protecting
  • assessing extinction threats - toward a re-evaluation of IUCN threatened species categories
  • a possible method for the rapid assessment of biodiversity
  • genetically-effective population size of large mammals - an assessment of estimators
  • reserve design for territorial species - the effects of patch size and spacing on the viability of the Northern spotted owl
  • seed germination percentage increases with population size in a fragmented prairie species
  • are small populations of plants worth preserving?
  • the rarity of aminthopsis virginiae (marsupiala - dasyuridae) in relation to natural and unnatural habitats
  • littoral fish communities in Lake Tanganyika - irreplaceable diversity supported by intricate interactions among species
  • conservation lesson from long-term studies of checkerspot butterflies
  • geometrical factors and metapopulation dynamics of the bush cricket, metriopetra bicolor philippi (orthoptera - tettigonidae)
  • Puerto Rican parrots and potential limitations of the metapopulation approach to species conservation
  • delayed sexual maturity and demographics of Blanding's turtles (emydoidea blandingii) - implications for conservation and management of long-lived organisms
  • island extinction rates for regular censuses
  • conservation genetics of the Pacific salmon I - temporal changes in allele frequency
  • conservation genetics of the black rhinoceros (diceros bicornis) I - evidence from the mitochondrial DNA of three populations
  • restoration considerations for wiregrass (aristida stricta) - allozymic diversity of populations
  • population structure of loggerhead turtles (caretta caretta) in the NorthWestern Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea
  • mitochondrial DNA variability of the grey wolf - genetic consequences of population decline and habitat fragmentation
  • use of genetic characters in conservation biology
  • on the use of morphologic and molecular genetic characters to investigate species status
  • the red wolf is not a hybrid
  • comments on red wolf
  • response to Wayne, Nowak, Phillips and Henry
  • use of molecular characters in conservation biology
  • estimates of lethal equivalents and the cost on inbreeding in mammals
  • hereditary blindness in a captive wolf (canis lupus) population - frequency reduction of a deleterious allele in relation to gene conservation
  • allocating scarce resources for conservation of endangered subspecies - partitioning zoo space for tigers
  • minor breeds and major genetic losses
  • radish as a model system for the study of engineered gene escape rates via crop-weed mating.

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詳細情報

  • NII書誌ID(NCID)
    BA26409716
  • ISBN
    • 0865424527
  • LCCN
    94046719
  • 出版国コード
    us
  • タイトル言語コード
    eng
  • 本文言語コード
    eng
  • 出版地
    [Madison, WI],Cambridge, Mass.
  • ページ数/冊数
    243 p.
  • 大きさ
    28 cm
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