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  • adj. Of or pertaining to phylogeography


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  • With continuing improvements in sequencing capacity, the strategies herein should revolutionize efforts requiring dense taxon and character sampling, such as phylogeographic analyses and species-level DNA barcoding.

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  • Nested clade analysis also suggests that the phylogeographic patterns observed have a strong historical pattern indicating past fragmentation of eider populations due to glacial events.

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  • Historical and current processes determining phylogeographic structure of common eiders have recently been reconstructed, based on maximum parsimony and nested clade analysis [45].

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  • Similar conclusions have been reached on the basis of phylogeographic studies of arctic-breeding waders [35].

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  • Pleistocene phylogeographic effects on avian populations and the speciation process.

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  • Corrigendum: Comparative genomic and phylogeographic analysis of Mycobacterium leprae

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  • We sampled multiple populations from each region, using nuclear and chloroplast genome markers, and combined population genetic and phylogeographic approaches.

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  • More recently, the fine-scale phylogeographic structure of extant bovine mtDNA sequence variation has been elucidated.

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  • Another coalescent-based method, nested clade phylogeographic analysis, is coherent and also allows the testing of individual components of composite hypotheses, another attribute lacking in ABC and other coalescent-simulation approaches.

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  • We propose a phylogeographic scenario for T. muticellus in which an initial T. muticellus stock became isolated from the 'Alpine' clade and survived the various glaciation cycles in several refugia.

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