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References Avise JC . 2004 . Molecular Markers, Natural History, and Evolution . Sunderland, MA : Sinauer . Azzurro E , Golani D , Bucciarelli G , Bernardi G . 2006 . Genetics of the early stages of invasion of the Lessepsian rabbitfish Siganus luridus . J Exp Mar

In: Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution
Proceedings of the Fourth International Crustacean Congress, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 20-24, 1998, Volume 1
This important and extensive volume presents part of the Proceedings of the Fourth International Crustacean Congress held in Amsterdam in 1998. As the title implies, 'Crustaceans and the Biodiversity Crisis' was the general, underlying theme of all contributions at the congress. With the turn of the century, someone ought to 'assess the balance' of our natural environment and of the various branches of biology that study its rapidly declining diversity.
From the five subthemes covered at the conference, those of (1) Diversity in Time and Space (including Systematics, Phylogeny, and Palaeontology), (2b) Biogeography, (3c) Larvae, and (4) Physiology and Biochemistry (including Molecular Biology and Genetics) are represented in this volume, along with a few contributions from other subthemes (e.g. (2a) Invasive Crustacea, (3a) Ecology, (3b) Behaviour, and (5) Fisheries and Aquaculture).
The book is primarily meant for scientists working at institutes involved in research on the group (Crustacea: marine, freshwater, or terrestrial) and/or the disciplines covered. Individual carcinologists working on one of the themes discussed in this volume, will find a wealth of interesting and timely contributions, as will other scientists working in marine or freshwater biology or in soil ecology.

body shape. Minimally invasive methods for studying population and landscape genetics Studying population genetics and landscape genetics of fire salamanders are important for conservation concerns. We have been especially concerned about testing for genetic diversity along the core and