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  • noun Plural form of allozyme.


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  • In the later period (1966-present), molecular ecological genetics attempts to investigate a less biased sample of genetic polymorphisms, such as allozymes and single nucleotide polymorphisms, but still retains the early emphasis on natural selection as the single most important evolutionary force shaping the hereditary material.

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  • Genetic variation at crtRB1 also affects hydroxylation efficiency among encoded allozymes, as observed by resultant carotenoid profiles in recombinant expression assays.

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  • Another phenogram, based on allozymes of a similar subset of species, is also available

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  • Evidence for potential selective pressure on allozymes PGI and PGM in The H. merope population genetic structure was examined in the late 1970s using PGI,

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  • These allozymes display fairly uniform frequencies throughout the contiguous distribution of the eastern mainland subspecies

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  • H. merope population genetic structure comes from three allozymes

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  • Donohue K, Carter PA (1996) Adaptation at specific loci VI Divergence vs parallelism of polymorphic allozymes in molecular function and fitness-component effects among

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  • This approach has yielded evidence for the adaptive significance of previously studied wing characters and allozymes in

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  • First, as the allozymes are likely to be under direct selective pressure from climate change, other genetic markers must be investigated to gain a more accurate picture of historical demographic processes in these butterflies.

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