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Sex, size and timing: Sampling design for reliable population genetics analyses using microsatellite data

Bibliographic reference Dubois, Quentin ; Lebigre, Christophe ; Schtickzelle, Nicolas ; Turlure, Camille. Sex, size and timing: Sampling design for reliable population genetics analyses using microsatellite data. In: Methods in Ecology and Evolution, , p. 1-13 (2017)
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