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Paz-Vinas, Ivan
Jensen, Evelyn L.
Bertola, Laura D.
Breed, Martin
Hand, Brian K.
Hunter, Margaret
Kershaw, Francine
Leigh, Deborah M.
Luikart, Gordon
Mergeay, Joachim
Miller, Joshua M.
Van Rees, Charles B.
Segelbacher, Gernot
Hoban, Sean M.

Macrogenetic studies must not ignore limitations of genetic markers and scale


Identifier
3.102231
Format
documents
Digitization Status
Born digital
Type
Article
Date created
June 2021
Abstract
Millette et al. (Ecology Letters, 2020, 23:55–67) reported no consistent worldwide anthropogenic effects on animal genetic diversity using repurposed mitochondrial DNA sequences. We reexamine data from this study, describe genetic marker and scale limitations which might lead to misinterpretations with conservation implications, and provide advice to improve future macrogenetic studies.
Volume, Issue, Page Number
24, 6, 1282-1284
Related Entities
Ecology Letters (published by)
Language
English