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Comment On “whole Genome Sequence Analysis Shows Two Endemic Species Of North American Wolf Are Admixtures Of The Coyote And Gray Wolf”

In a recent article, vonHoldt and colleagues (1) use whole-genome sequence data to address the relationships and evolutionary origins of several North American canid taxa. The authors conclude that two taxa, the red wolf (Canis rufus) and the eastern wolf … read more

Whole-genome Sequence Analysis Shows That Two Endemic Species Of North American Wolf Are Admixtures Of The Coyote And Gray Wolf

Protection of populations comprising admixed genomes is a challenge under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), which is regarded as the most powerful species protection legislation ever passed in the United States but lacks specific provisions for hybrids. The eastern wolf … read more

A Genome-wide Perspective On The Evolutionary History Of Enigmatic Wolf-like Canids

High-throughput genotyping technologies developed for model species can potentially increase the resolution of demographic history and ancestry in wild relatives. We use a SNP genotyping microarray developed for the domestic dog to assay variation in over 48K loci in wolf-like … read more

A Genome-wide Perspective On The Evolutionary History Of Enigmatic Wolf-like Canids

High-throughput genotyping technologies developed for model species can potentially increase the resolution of demographic history and ancestry in wild relatives. We use a SNP genotyping microarray developed for the domestic dog to assay variation in over 48K loci in wolf-like … read more

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