Chapparvoviruses occur in at least three vertebrate classes and have a broad biogeographic distribution.
Souza, William Marciel de; Romeiro, Marilia Farignoli; Fumagalli, Marcílio Jorge; Modha, Sejal; de Araujo, Jansen; Queiroz, Luzia Helena; Durigon, Edison Luiz; Figueiredo, Luiz Tadeu Moraes; Murcia, Pablo Ramiro; Gifford, Robert James.
J Gen Virol
; 98(2): 225-229, 2017 02.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-28284244
Inbreeding avoidance and female mate choice shape reproductive skew in capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus imitator).
Evidence for genetic variation in Natterer's bats (Myotis nattereri) across three regions in Germany but no evidence for co-variation with their associated astroviruses.
Cebus phylogenetic relationships: a preliminary reassessment of the diversity of the untufted capuchin monkeys.
Introduction to special issue on capuchin evolution: comparing behavior, morphology, and genetics across species.
Molecular systematics and phylogeography of Cebus capucinus (Cebidae, Primates) in Colombia and Costa Rica by means of the mitochondrial COII gene.
Timing and patterns of diversification in the Neotropical bat genus Pteronotus (Mormoopidae).
Conflicting Evolutionary Histories of the Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genomes in New World Myotis Bats.
Mitochondrial genome of Pteronotus personatus (Chiroptera: Mormoopidae): comparison with selected bats and phylogenetic considerations.
Speciation with Gene Flow in North American Myotis Bats.
Evidence that Myotis lucifugus "Subspecies" are Five Nonsister Species, Despite Gene Flow.