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Introduction to Conservation Geneticsby Richard Frankham , Jonathan D. Ballou , David A. Briscoe
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Table of Contents
|Genetics and extinction|
|Evolutionary Genetics of Natural Populations|
|Characterizing genetic diversity: single loci|
|Characterizing genetic diversity: quantitative variation|
|Evolutionary impacts of natural selection in large populations|
|Evolution impacts of mutation, migration and their interactions with selection in large populations|
|Genetic consequences of small population sizes|
|Maintenance of genetic diversity|
|Effects of Population Size Reduction|
|Loss of genetic diversity in small populations|
|Genetically viable populations|
|From Theory to Practice|
|Resolving taxonomic uncertainties and defining|
|Genetic management of wild populations|
|Genetic issues in introduced and invasive species|
|Genetic management of captive populations|
|Genetic management for reintroduction|
|Use of molecular genetics in forensics and to understand species biology|
|The broader context: Population Viability Analysis (PVA)|
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