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Genetical-ecological research in support of nature conservation in Flanders

Referentie nr.: ID P103/3E962122 , UNIT 103/2218
Periode: December 1996 tot November 1999
Status: Afgelopen

Geografische term: België, Vlaanderen [Marine Regions]
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  • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven; Departement Biologie; Afdeling Dierenecologie en -systematiek; Diversiteit en Systematiek van Dieren, meer, coördinator

Abstract
Through population genetic analyses on several terrestrial and aquatic model organisms (e.g. carabids, amphipods, cladocerans, snails, fish, mammals, angiosperms), we aim at quantifying
(1) the extent to which populations with varying degree of isolation are genetically differentiated,
(2) the relationship between population size and genetic diversity, and
(3) the influence of species- and habitat specific factors on genetic diversity and the influence of habitat fragmentation in natural populations. Importantly, we will integrate data on (quasi) neutral markers as well as on ecologically relevant traits, and we will integrate data on organisms that vary widely in action radius and dispersalability in studies on the same localities.

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