Bibliography of Genetic Variation in Natural Populations

This bibliography was compiled by Fred Allendorf of the University of Montana. This bibliography of over 80,000 references has been accumulated over the last 35 years. The primary focus is the study of genetic variation in natural populations of animals, plants, and microbes. The secondary focus has been conservation, with an emphasis on the application of genetic principles to conservation. Nevertheless, this is a somewhat eclectic collection of titles that reflects my sometimes wandering interests and teaching responsibilities over the years (evolution, human genetics, etc.).

Digitizing this bibliography was made possible by a grant award from the University of Montana's, University Grant Program. For more information on this specific project or the utility of the data contact Barry Brown of the Mansfield Library.

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Bibliography last updated: Septemeber 22, 2011

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