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Mammalian Dispersal Patterns

Diane B. Chepko-Sade

Mammalian Dispersal Patterns

The Effects of Social Structure on Population Genetics

by Diane B. Chepko-Sade

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Published by Univ of Chicago Pr (Tx) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsZuleyma Tang Halpin (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages360
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7415783M
ISBN 100226102661
ISBN 109780226102665

  In group-living mammalian carnivores, male-biased dispersal and female philopatry appear to be the general pattern (e.g., African lion, \P anther a leo—Packer and Pusey ] and gray wolf [Canis lupus—Peterson et al. ]), although exceptions with reversed bias exist (e.g., European badger [Meles meles—Woodroffe et al. ]).Cited by:   Recent analyses have shown that about a quarter of all mammal species are threatened with extinction. At the same time, the conservation movement is moving rapidly away from a traditional 'protectionist' approach to nature to a more integrated view of wildlife and landscape conservation. This volume provides the first review of modern conservation .

mammalian species origin and geographical dispersal patterns correlate with changes in chromosome structure, exemplified in lemurs (madagascar) and bats (worldwide) may robin lee kolnicki, b.a., american international college , american international college m.s., university of massachusetts amherst. Additionally, critical to any scientific treatment, and as Eisenberg points out in "radiations," the marsupials are the only group of mammals that can serve as a "control group" for tests of hypotheses and apparent patterns. My book, The evolution of mammalian sociality in an ecological perspective, is synthetic, emphasizes Ecology, but is 5/5(3).

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