MFL works on a range of aquatic animals

Dugong

A new scientific paper on the conservation genetics of dugongs has been co-authored by MFL members Jennifer Ovenden and Christine Dudgeon. The work was led by Janet Lanyon of the University of Queensland.

Seddon J, Ovenden JR, Sneath H, et al. (2014 (early on-line) Fine scale population structure of dugongs (Dugong dugon) implies low gene flow along the southern Queensland coastline. DOI 10.1007/s10592-014-0624-x Conservation Genetics.

Click here to go to the journal site and read the abstract.

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By : Jenny Ovenden /July 18, 2014 /Uncategorized /Comments Off on MFL works on a range of aquatic animals

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