Evolutionary Divergences in the Smooth Newt, Triturus vulgaris (Urodela, Salamandridae) : Electrophoretic Evidence

in Amphibia-Reptilia
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An electrophoretic survey of proteins from 27 populations examines the level of genetic differentiation among four subspecies of T. vulgaris in Yugoslavia. Populations of T. v. vulgaris, T. v. meridionalis and T. v. graecus are genetically the most similar to each other, while T. v. dalmaticus is substantially different from these subspecies. This pattern , which is not in accordance with the pattern of morphological similarities, is discussed with special reference to Pleistocene glaciation periods.

Evolutionary Divergences in the Smooth Newt, Triturus vulgaris (Urodela, Salamandridae) : Electrophoretic Evidence

in Amphibia-Reptilia

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