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Population-genetic variability of the house mouse Mus musculus L. 1758 S. stricto from the western, central, and southeastern area of species range



Population-genetic variability of the house mouse Mus musculus L. 1758 S. stricto from the western, central, and southeastern area of species range



Genetika 30(7): 906-912



Allozyme variation in nine populations of the house mouse Mus musculus L. s. str. was examined. Twenty-five out of 34 analyzed loci were shown to be polymorphic. Estimates of genetic variation were obtained for separate populations and for population groups classified according to their habitat. Populations from Moldova and Tadzhikistan displayed the lowest and highest amounts of allozyme variation, respectively. Variation in town populations was significantly greater than in rural ones. This can be explained by active human-induced migration of mice into towns. All Central Asian populations showed high levels of genic diversity, which is presumably related to their proximity to ancient centers of mice expansion. Allelic distributions in the populations were analyzed.

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