alexa Genetic Structure and Effective Population Size through Time: A Tale on Two Coastal Marine Species with Contrasting Life-History Patterns

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Genetic Structure and Effective Population Size through Time: A Tale on Two Coastal Marine Species with Contrasting Life-History Patterns

Species with planktonic larvae are more likely to show temporal genetic variation, due to differences in larval mortality and dispersal ability. The shanny Lipophrys pholis is a typical benthic rocky intertidal fish with its dispersion limited to a long larval stage. In contrast, the sand smelt Atherina presbyter has a very short planktonic life, small size and weak swimming capabilities, which translates into reduced dispersion potential.

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Link:https://www.omicsonline.org/blog/2015/09/21/21002-Genetic-Structure-and-Effective-Population-Size-through-Time-A-Tale-on-Two-Coastal-Marine-Species-with-Contrasting-LifeHistory-Patterns.html

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