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Are shed hair genomes the most effective noninvasive resource for estimating relationships in the wild?

Ecol Evol, Vol. 10, Issue 11, Pages 4583-4594, 2020

PMID: 32551045

Knowledge of relationships in wild populations is critical for better understanding mating systems and inbreeding scenarios to inform conservation strategies for endangered species. To delineate pedigrees in wild populations, study genetic connectivity, study genotype-phenotype associations, trace individuals, or track wildlife trade, many identified individuals need to be genotyped at thousands of loci, mostly from noninvasive samples.

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