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File AvailableLord, E.; Dussex, N., ; Kierczak, M.; Díez-del-Molino, D.; Ryder, O.A.; Stanton, D.W.G. ; Gilbert, M.Th.P.; Sánchez-Barreiro, F.; Zhang, Guojie; Sinding, M.-H.S.; and 8 Others 2020 Pre-extinction demographic stability and genomic signatures of adaptation in the woolly rhinoceros. Current Biology 30: 3871–3879, 3 figs, [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2020.07.046]
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File AvailableSanisidro, O.; Cantalapiedra, J.L. 2010 Nuevas técnicas paleobiogeográficas aplicadas a la Familia Rhinocerotidae (Perissodactyla) // New palaeobiogeographic tools applied to the Family Rhinocerotidae (Perissodactyla) (en: Moreno-Azanza M., Diaz-Martinez I., Gasca J.M., Melero-Rubio M., Rabal-Garcés R. y Sauqué V., eds: VIII Encuentro de Jovenes Investigadores en Paleontologia). Cidaris – Revista Ilicitana de Paleontologia y Mineralogia 30: 293-298, 4 figs.
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File AvailableZschokke, S.; Studer, P.; Baur, B. 1998 Past and future breeding of the Indian rhinoceros in captivity. International Zoo News 45 (5): 261-276, figs. 1-6, tables 1-2
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Lacy (1989) defined the founder equivalent as a concept to quantify the genetic status of a population. The founder equivalent (FE) of a population is the number of equally contributing founders that would be needed to produce the observed genetic diversity. The founder equivalent is usually lo...
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