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Disrupted dispersal and its genetic consequences: Comparing protected and threatened baboon populations (Papio papio) in West Africa

Disrupted dispersal and its genetic consequences: Comparing protected and threatened baboon populations (Papio papio) in West Africa

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FERREIRA DA SILVA, Maria Joana, Gisela H. KOPP, Catarina CASANOVA, Raquel GODINHO, Tânia MINHÓS, Rui SÁ, Dietmar ZINNER, Michael W. BRUFORD, 2018. Disrupted dispersal and its genetic consequences: Comparing protected and threatened baboon populations (Papio papio) in West Africa. In: PloS one. 13(4), e0194189. eISSN 1932-6203. Available under: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0194189

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