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El lobo ocupaba al menos el 65% del territorio peninsular a mediados del siglo XIX, tres veces más que en la actualidad
A scientific team led by the Doñana Biological Station - CSIC reviews historical documentation to estimate the distribution of the wolf in Spain in the 19th century
The results show that the...
About El lobo ocupaba al menos el 65% del territorio peninsular a mediados del siglo XIX, tres veces más que en la actualidad
canis lupus signatus
Ice Age wolf DNA reveals dogs trace ancestry to two separate wolf populations
An international group of geneticists and archaeologists, led by the Francis Crick Institute, have found that the ancestry of dogs can be traced to at least two populations of ancient wolves. The...
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A scientific team conducted a review on the patterns and determinants of dispersal in grey wolves
Scientists from the Doñana Biological Station – CSIC has reviewed the cientific literature on the dispersal process in grey wolves (Canis lupus) and found a high variability within and among...
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Optimization of protocols for DNA extraction from fecal samples
High-throughput sequencing offers new possibilities in molecular ecology and conservation studies. However, its potential has not yet become fully exploited for noninvasive studies of...
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On the path to extinction: inbreeding and admixture in a declining gray wolf population
Allee effects reduce the viability of small populations in many different ways, which act synergistically to lead populations towards extinction vortexes. The Sierra Morena wolf population,...
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