Highly Variable Recombinational Landscape Modulates Efficacy of Natural Selection in Birds

Goßmann T, Santure AW, Sheldon BC, Slate J, Zeng K (2014)
Genome Biology and Evolution 6(8): 2061-2075.

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Goßmann, ToniUniBi ; Santure, Anna W.; Sheldon, Ben C.; Slate, Jon; Zeng, Kai
Erscheinungsjahr
2014
Zeitschriftentitel
Genome Biology and Evolution
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6
Ausgabe
8
Seite(n)
2061-2075
ISSN
1759-6653
eISSN
1759-6653
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2941297

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Goßmann T, Santure AW, Sheldon BC, Slate J, Zeng K. Highly Variable Recombinational Landscape Modulates Efficacy of Natural Selection in Birds. Genome Biology and Evolution. 2014;6(8):2061-2075.
Goßmann, T., Santure, A. W., Sheldon, B. C., Slate, J., & Zeng, K. (2014). Highly Variable Recombinational Landscape Modulates Efficacy of Natural Selection in Birds. Genome Biology and Evolution, 6(8), 2061-2075. doi:10.1093/gbe/evu157
Goßmann, T., Santure, A. W., Sheldon, B. C., Slate, J., and Zeng, K. (2014). Highly Variable Recombinational Landscape Modulates Efficacy of Natural Selection in Birds. Genome Biology and Evolution 6, 2061-2075.
Goßmann, T., et al., 2014. Highly Variable Recombinational Landscape Modulates Efficacy of Natural Selection in Birds. Genome Biology and Evolution, 6(8), p 2061-2075.
T. Goßmann, et al., “Highly Variable Recombinational Landscape Modulates Efficacy of Natural Selection in Birds”, Genome Biology and Evolution, vol. 6, 2014, pp. 2061-2075.
Goßmann, T., Santure, A.W., Sheldon, B.C., Slate, J., Zeng, K.: Highly Variable Recombinational Landscape Modulates Efficacy of Natural Selection in Birds. Genome Biology and Evolution. 6, 2061-2075 (2014).
Goßmann, Toni, Santure, Anna W., Sheldon, Ben C., Slate, Jon, and Zeng, Kai. “Highly Variable Recombinational Landscape Modulates Efficacy of Natural Selection in Birds”. Genome Biology and Evolution 6.8 (2014): 2061-2075.

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