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Artificial selection and gene flow in wild starlings, Sturnus vulgaris

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We thank P.C. Bull, D.G. Dawson, B.M. Fitzgerald, J.A. Gibb, and A.D. Pritchard for discussion and comments, and especially S. Robertson, R.L. Edgar, C. Imboden, and A. Moeed, for help with field work.

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Flux, J.E.C., Flux, M.M. Artificial selection and gene flow in wild starlings, Sturnus vulgaris . Naturwissenschaften 69, 96–97 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00441236

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Keywords

  • Gene Flow
  • Artificial Selection