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2014 | 63 | 1 | 77-85
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Filogeografia ssaków w europie - koncepcja badań i wybrane zagadnienia

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Phylogeography of mammals in Europe - research conception and selected qestions
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Filogeografia zajmuje się poznawaniem zasad i procesów rządzących geograficznym rozmieszeniem linii rodowych (genetycznych), a w szczególności tych w obrębie jednego gatunku lub pomiędzy blisko spokrewnionymi gatunkami. W celu ustalenia i zobrazowania ewolucyjnych zależności pomiędzy liniami genetycznymi wykorzystywane są techniki biologii molekularnej (jądrowe i mitochondrialne markery DNA), paleontologia (datowanie skamieniałości) oraz narzędzia bioinformatyczne. Informacje te pozwalają na scharakteryzowanie struktury filogeograficznej ssaków w Europie (m.in. identyfikację stref wtórnego kontaktu i terenów stanowiących refugia glacjalne), odtworzenie najbardziej prawdopodobnego scenariusza wtórnego zasiedlania terenów polodowcowych oraz oszacowanie wpływu ostatniego zlodowacenia na postglacjalną historię ssaków w Europie.
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Phylogeography is a field of study concerned with the principles and processes governing the geographic distributions of genealogical lineages, especially those within and among closely related species. To establish and illustrate the evolutionary relationships between genetic lineages nuclear and mitochondrial DNA markers, fossil records and bioinformatics are used. The obtained information has allowed characterization of phylogeographic patterns in European mammal populations (e.g. identification of post-glacial suture zones and glacial refugia), reconstruction of the most probable post-glacial recolonization scenarios and estimation of how the Last Glacial Maximum influenced the post-glacial history of mammals in Europe.
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63
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1
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77-85
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2014
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  • Instytut Biologii Ssaków PAN, Waszkiewicza 1, 17-230 Białowieża, Polska
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