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Temporal and spatial instability in neutral and adaptive (MHC) genetic variation in marginal salmon populations / Kate L. Ciborowski, William C. Jordan, Carlos Garcia De Leaniz, S. Consuegra, S Consuegra del Olmo

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Swansea University Authors: Carlos Garcia De Leaniz, S Consuegra del Olmo

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The role of marginal populations for the long-term maintenance of species’ genetic diversity and evolutionary potential is particularly timely in view of the range shifts caused by climate change. The Centre-Periphery hypothesis predicts that marginal populations should bear reduced genetic diversit...

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title Temporal and spatial instability in neutral and adaptive (MHC) genetic variation in marginal salmon populations
spellingShingle Temporal and spatial instability in neutral and adaptive (MHC) genetic variation in marginal salmon populations
Carlos, Garcia De Leaniz
S, Consuegra del Olmo
title_short Temporal and spatial instability in neutral and adaptive (MHC) genetic variation in marginal salmon populations
title_full Temporal and spatial instability in neutral and adaptive (MHC) genetic variation in marginal salmon populations
title_fullStr Temporal and spatial instability in neutral and adaptive (MHC) genetic variation in marginal salmon populations
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description The role of marginal populations for the long-term maintenance of species’ genetic diversity and evolutionary potential is particularly timely in view of the range shifts caused by climate change. The Centre-Periphery hypothesis predicts that marginal populations should bear reduced genetic diversity and have low evolutionary potential. We analysed temporal stability at neutral microsatellite and adaptive MHC genetic variation over five decades in four marginal Atlantic salmon populations located at the southern limit of the species’ distribution with a complicated demographic history, which includes stocking with foreign and native salmon for at least 2 decades. We found a temporal increase in neutral genetic variation, as well as temporal instability in population structuring, highlighting the importance of temporal analyses in studies that examine the genetic diversity of peripheral populations at the margins of the species’ range, particularly in face of climate change.
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