Avian Clock gene polymorphism: evidence for a latitudinal cline in allele frequencies

JOHNSEN A, FIDLER AE, KUHN S, CARTER KL, HOFFMANN A, BARR IR, BIARD C, CHARMANTIER A, EENS M, Korsten P, SIITARI H, et al. (2007)
Molecular Ecology 16(22): 4867-4880.

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JOHNSEN, A.; FIDLER, A. E.; KUHN, S.; CARTER, K. L.; HOFFMANN, A.; BARR, I. R.; BIARD, C.; CHARMANTIER, A.; EENS, M.; Korsten, PeterUniBi ; SIITARI, H.; TOMIUK, J.
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Molecular Ecology
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JOHNSEN A, FIDLER AE, KUHN S, et al. Avian Clock gene polymorphism: evidence for a latitudinal cline in allele frequencies. Molecular Ecology. 2007;16(22):4867-4880.
JOHNSEN, A., FIDLER, A. E., KUHN, S., CARTER, K. L., HOFFMANN, A., BARR, I. R., BIARD, C., et al. (2007). Avian Clock gene polymorphism: evidence for a latitudinal cline in allele frequencies. Molecular Ecology, 16(22), 4867-4880. doi:10.1111/j.1365-294x.2007.03552.x
JOHNSEN, A., FIDLER, A. E., KUHN, S., CARTER, K. L., HOFFMANN, A., BARR, I. R., BIARD, C., CHARMANTIER, A., EENS, M., Korsten, P., et al. (2007). Avian Clock gene polymorphism: evidence for a latitudinal cline in allele frequencies. Molecular Ecology 16, 4867-4880.
JOHNSEN, A., et al., 2007. Avian Clock gene polymorphism: evidence for a latitudinal cline in allele frequencies. Molecular Ecology, 16(22), p 4867-4880.
A. JOHNSEN, et al., “Avian Clock gene polymorphism: evidence for a latitudinal cline in allele frequencies”, Molecular Ecology, vol. 16, 2007, pp. 4867-4880.
JOHNSEN, A., FIDLER, A.E., KUHN, S., CARTER, K.L., HOFFMANN, A., BARR, I.R., BIARD, C., CHARMANTIER, A., EENS, M., Korsten, P., SIITARI, H., TOMIUK, J., KEMPENAERS, B.: Avian Clock gene polymorphism: evidence for a latitudinal cline in allele frequencies. Molecular Ecology. 16, 4867-4880 (2007).
JOHNSEN, A., FIDLER, A. E., KUHN, S., CARTER, K. L., HOFFMANN, A., BARR, I. R., BIARD, C., CHARMANTIER, A., EENS, M., Korsten, Peter, SIITARI, H., TOMIUK, J., and KEMPENAERS, B. “Avian Clock gene polymorphism: evidence for a latitudinal cline in allele frequencies”. Molecular Ecology 16.22 (2007): 4867-4880.

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