John D. Robinson, John P. Wares and John M. Drake Extinction hazards in experimental Daphnia magna populations: effects of genotype diversity and environmental variation Ecology and Evolution 3
The effects of founding genotype diversity and environmental variation were assessed in experimental populations of Daphnia magna. Our results show that these effects were variable over the course of our experiment. No significant effect of founding diversity was detected.
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