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Genetic diversity and landscape genetic structure of otter (Lutra lutra) populations in Europe
0338288 - UBO-W 2010 RIV NL eng J - Článek v odborném periodiku
Mucci, N. - Arrendal, J. - Ansorge, H. - Bailey, M. - Bodner, M. - Delibes, M. - Ferrando, A. - Fournier, P. - Fournier, C. - Godoy, J. A. - Hájková, Petra - Hauer, S. - Heggberget, T. M. - Heidecke, D. - Kirjavainen, H. - Krueger, H.-H. - Kvaloy, K. - Lafontaine, L. - Lanszki, J. - Lemarchand, C. - Liukko, U.-M. - Loeschcke, V. - Ludwig, G. - Madsen, A. B. - Mercier, L. - Ozolins, J. - Paunovic, M. - Pertoldi, C. - Piriz, A. - Prigioni, C. - Santos-Reis, M. - Luis, T. S. - Stjernberg, T. - Schmid, H. - Suchentrunk, F. - Teubner, J. - Tornberg, R. - Zinke, O. - Randi, E.
Genetic diversity and landscape genetic structure of otter (Lutra lutra) populations in Europe.
Conservation Genetics. Roč. 11, č. 2 (2010), s. 583-599 ISSN 1566-0621
Grant CEP: GA AV ČR KJB600930804; GA MŽP SP/2D4/16/08
Grant ostatní:European Science Foundation(XE) ConGen program
Výzkumný záměr: CEZ:AV0Z60930519
Klíčová slova: Eurasian otter * Mitochondrial DNA * Microsatellites * Bayesian clustering * Spatial genetic structure * Landscape genetics
Kód oboru RIV: EG - Zoologie
Impakt faktor: 1.255, rok: 2010
We present the results of a survey performed on 616 samples, collected from 19 European countries, genotyped at the mtDNA control-region and 11 autosomal microsatellites. The mtDNA variability was low, suggesting that extant otter mtDNA lineages originated recently. A star-shaped mtDNA network did not allow outlining any phylogeographic inference. Microsatellites were only moderately variable; the average allele number was low, suggesting small historical effective population size. Extant otters likely originated from the expansion of a single refugial population. Bayesian clustering and landscape genetic analyses however indicate that local populations are genetically differentiated, perhaps as consequence of post-glacial demographic fluctuations and recent isolation. These results delineate a framework that should be used for implementing conservation programs in Europe, particularly if they are based on the reintroduction of wild or captive-reproduced otters.
Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0182103