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Electrophoretic variation in large mammals 2. the red fox vulpes vulpes the stoat mustela erminea the weasel mustela nivalis the polecat mustela putorius the pine marten martes martes the beech marten martes foina and the badger meles meles


, : Electrophoretic variation in large mammals 2. the red fox vulpes vulpes the stoat mustela erminea the weasel mustela nivalis the polecat mustela putorius the pine marten martes martes the beech marten martes foina and the badger meles meles. Hereditas (Lund) 96(2): 299-306

Enzyme loci (21) were resolved by starch gel electrophoresis in liver and muscle tissue of samples of 282 red foxes, 39 stoats, 13 weasels, 24 pole cats, 2 pine martens, 121 beech martens and 5 badgers. No variation in the mobility of electrophoretic bands within the 7 species of carnivores was observed. The genetic variability is low as in several large mammals.


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