Community, Society and Identity. Proceedings of an International Conference held by the Institute of Jewish Studies, University College London 1992
Edited by Daniel Frank
The collection depicts a civilization at once unified and diverse, revealing both consistent patterns of leadership and scholarship as well as distinctively local identities and collective memories.
Daniel Frank, Frank Weigelt, Judit Targarona and Mordechai Cohen
Medienanalysen und Gesellschaftsbilder 1880-1960
Frank Bösch and Rainer Gries
Edited by Daniel Morat and Habbo Knoch
A Critical Edition of the Poem and its Latin Glosses
Gregory Heyworth, Daniel E. O'sullivan and Frank Coulson
Kimberly Tenggardjaja, Alexis Jackson, Frank Leon, Ernesto Azzurro, Daniel Golani and Giacomo Bernardi
Our current understanding of the mechanisms that lead to successful biological invasions is limited. Although local adaptation plays a central role in biological invasions, genetic studies have failed to produce a unified theory so far. The bluespotted cornetfish, a recent invader of the Mediterranean Sea from the Red Sea via the Suez Canal, provides an ideal case study to research the mechanisms of invasive genetics. Previous genetic work based on mitochondrial markers has shown the genetic diversity of the Mediterranean population was greatly reduced in comparison to the natural population in the Red Sea. In the current study, we expand upon these studies by adding mitochondrial and nuclear markers. Mitochondrial results confirm previous findings. The nuclear marker, however, does not show evidence of reduction in diversity. We interpret these results as either a differential dispersal capability in males and females, or the presence of selection on the invading Mediterranean population.