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The Influence of Social Systems on Patterns of Mitochondrial DNA Variation in Baboons

The Influence of Social Systems on Patterns of Mitochondrial DNA Variation in Baboons

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KOPP, Gisela H., Maria J. FERREIRA DA SILVA, Julia FISCHER, José Carlos BRITO, Sebastian REGNAUT, Christian ROOS, Dietmar ZINNER, 2014. The Influence of Social Systems on Patterns of Mitochondrial DNA Variation in Baboons. In: International journal of primatology. 35(1), pp. 210-225. ISSN 0164-0291. eISSN 1573-8604. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s10764-013-9725-5

@article{Kopp2014Influ-46052, title={The Influence of Social Systems on Patterns of Mitochondrial DNA Variation in Baboons}, year={2014}, doi={10.1007/s10764-013-9725-5}, number={1}, volume={35}, issn={0164-0291}, journal={International journal of primatology}, pages={210--225}, author={Kopp, Gisela H. and Ferreira da Silva, Maria J. and Fischer, Julia and Brito, José Carlos and Regnaut, Sebastian and Roos, Christian and Zinner, Dietmar} }

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