Subject: cutthroat | SNP | swarm | Original Research | Oncorhynchus | hybridization
mesheuropmc: endocrine system | digestive system | urogenital system | animal structures | animal diseases
Abstract Introgressive hybridization between native and introduced species is a growing conservation concern. For native cutthroat trout and introduced rainbow trout in western North America, this process is thought to lead to the formation of hybrid swarms and the loss... View more
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