Biosa, Daniela (2014) Relationship between environmental variables and genetic structure of wild ungulate populations. Doctoral Thesis.
Understanding how environmental modifications, and especially those caused by humans, influence biological systems represents the first step toward the establishment of effective approaches for the conservation of global biodiversity. However, aspects concerning the genetic consequences of such changes would require the combination of knowledges on population genetics, eco-ethology, spatial and landscape ecology, and are still improving, thank to the increase of studied cases and to the development of new statistical approaches. The Landscape Genetics tries to integrate approaches of population genetics with landscape ecology with the aim to explain the observed genetic patterns.
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