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Evaluating the functionality of expert-assessed wildlife corridors with genetic data from roe deer
Burkart, S., Gugerli, F., Senn, J., Kuehn, R., & Bolliger, J. (2016). Evaluating the functionality of expert-assessed wildlife corridors with genetic data from roe deer. Basic and Applied Ecology, 17(1), 52-60. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.baae.2015.09.001
Fragmentierung in einem Wildtierkorridor von nationaler Bedeutung. Fragmentation dans un couloir faunistique d'importance nationale
Hepenstrick, D., Gugerli, F., Holderegger, R., Senn, J., Gremminger, T., & Thiel, D. (2010). Fragmentierung in einem Wildtierkorridor von nationaler Bedeutung. Fragmentation dans un couloir faunistique d'importance nationale. Nature + Paysage. Natur + Landschaft: Inside, (3), 21-23. Retrieved from http://kbnl.ch/aktuel/n-l-inside/aeltere-ausgaben-inside/
Molecular markers help to reveal post-glacial re-colonisation routes of forest tree species in the alpine region
Gugerli, F., Sperisen, C., Mátyás, G., Senn, J., Anzidei, M., & Vendramin, G. G. (2002). Molecular markers help to reveal post-glacial re-colonisation routes of forest tree species in the alpine region. In R. Bottarin & U. Tappeiner (Eds.), Interdisciplinary Mountain Research (pp. 156-161). Berlin; Wien: Blackwell.
Chloroplast microsatellites and mitochondrial nad1 intron 2 sequences indicate congruent phylogenetic relationships among Swiss stone pine (Pinus cembra), Siberian stone pine (P. sibirica), and Siberian dwarf pine (P. pumila)
Gugerli, F., Senn, J., Anzidei, M., Madaghiele, A., Büchler, U., Sperisen, C., & Vendramin, G. G. (2001). Chloroplast microsatellites and mitochondrial nad1 intron 2 sequences indicate congruent phylogenetic relationships among Swiss stone pine (Pinus cembra), Siberian stone pine (P. sibirica), and Siberian dwarf pine (P. pumila). Molecular Ecology, 10, 1489-1497.
Haplotype variation in a mitochondrial tandem repeat of Norway spruce (Picea abies) populations suggests a serious founder effect during postglacial re-colonization of the western Alps
Gugerli, F., Sperisen, C., Büchler, U., Magni, F., Geburek, T., Jeandroz, S., & Senn, J. (2001). Haplotype variation in a mitochondrial tandem repeat of Norway spruce (Picea abies) populations suggests a serious founder effect during postglacial re-colonization of the western Alps. Molecular Ecology, 10, 1255-1263. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-294X.2001.01279.x