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The discipline of conservation biology developed from a strong evolutionary and ecological foundation. Viability of populations and species can depend as much on genetic factors such as inbreeding and gene flow as on demographic factors such as population growth rate and distribution. This compilation captures both familiar themes such as bottlenecks, inbreeding depression, hybridization, captive breeding, and population subdivision and more specialized topics such as genetic restoration, invasive species, reintroductions, fragmentation, mutational meltdown, and forensics. In the next 5 years, we can expect to see a qualitative breakthrough as tools from the rapidly evolving genomics revolution are increasingly applied to real-world problems in conservation and management. Read the conservation genetics virtual issue today.
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