Biodiversity Science ›› 1998, Vol. 06 ›› Issue (2): 138-142.doi: 10.17520/biods.1998020
• 论文 •
In recent years , it has been emphasized that the principles and methods of molecular phylogenetics
should have potential and practical value in biodiversity conservation , especially in species conservation. It is a
critical issue and the first step as well to identify those units which have evolutionary significance from different
populations of a species concerned in species conservation. Phylogenetic relationships among those populations
could shed valuable light on this issue. In addition , the data from molecular phylogenetic study are also helpful
for us to understand the status and process of populations.
WANG Wen. Molecular phylogenetics and biodiversity conservation. (1998) Biodiv Sci, 06(2), 138-142.
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