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Dispersal, gene flow, and population genetic structure in the ...

Dispersal, gene flow, and population genetic structure in the pygmy rabbit (Brachylagus idahoensis) W ENDY A. E STES -Z UMPF ,* J ANET L. R ACHLOW ,L ISETTE P. W AITS , AND K ENNETH I. W ARHEIT Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, and Center for Research on Invasive Species and Small ...

Lesson Three Seed Dispersal

Lesson Plan for Lesson Three Prepared by : Meghan Callahan Date (lesson planned): December 9, 2006 Date (to be taught): n/a Curriculum material sources:

Dispersal

Dispersal Dispersal is a spreading of individuals away from others, such as plant seeds or crab larvae moving away from each other and their parents, or squirrels shifting from one area of a forest to another, leaving residents behind and possibly with a reverse fl ow of squirrels in the other ...

Plant Parentage, Pollination, and Dispersal: How DNA ...

PLANT PARENTAGE, POLLINATION, AND DISPERSAL 149 wind, water, or animals, shapes not only gene flow patterns but recruitment and demography of plant populations.

Recommended Guidance for the Design of Wastewater Drip ...

APPROVED AND ADOPTED BY THE NOWRA BOARD OF CIRECTORS MARCH 23, 2006 1 National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association Recommended Guidance for the Design of Wastewater Drip Dispersal Systems 1.

DISPERSAL OF FUNGAL SPORES

DISPERSAL OF FUNGAL SPORES D.W.Gover Dispersal for fungi, as with plants, is an important reproductive function, in order to maintain the species, extend the existing habitat range and also to spread genetic variability, when it occurs, throughout the population.

Radiological Dispersal Device Incident Response Planning ...

Dirty Bomb Incident Site Management Radioactive Material Emergency Management Hazardous Materials Radiological Dispersal Device Incident Response Planning: Training and Exercises PURPOSE Details training resources and exercise initiatives that emergency response organizations can ...

Evolution of fruit types and seed dispersal: A phylogenetic ...

LORTS et al.: Fruit evolution 397 animals and animals serving as effective agents for seed dispersal (Herrera, 1989; Clark et al., 2001). These factors greatly facilitated the co-radiation of fleshy fruits of angiosperms and the species of birds and mammals in the early Tertiary.

ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES: SPORE DISPERSAL

71 CHAPTER 4-7 ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES: SPORE DISPERSAL Figure 1. Capsules of Splachnum ampullaceum , adapted for fly dispersal by both red colors and their odor.

GUEST EDITORIAL Dispersal is fundamental to biogeography and ...

GUEST EDITORIAL Dispersal is fundamental to biogeography and the evolution of biodiversity on oceanic islands Robert H. Cowie* and Brenden S. Holland