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Animal Dispersal: Small mammals as a model by N. C. Stenseth, W. Z. Lidicker Jr (auth.), Nils Chr. PDF

By N. C. Stenseth, W. Z. Lidicker Jr (auth.), Nils Chr. Stenseth, William Z. Lidicker Jr (eds.)

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4.1.1 Demographic value restrained populations develop extra speedily than populations from which dispersal is authorized (Lidicker, 1975; Krebs, 1979; Tamarin et at., 1984), and demography in island populations the place dispersal is specific differs vastly from close by mainland populations (Lidicker, 1973; Tamarin, 1977, 1978; Gliwicz, 1980), basically demonstrating the demographic signi­ ficance of dispersal. the superiority of dispersal in swiftly increasing populations is held to be the simplest proof for presaturation dispersal. simply because dispersal reduces the expansion expense of resource populations, it really is often believed that emigration isn't balanced via immigration, and that mortality of emigrants happens because of stream right into a 'sink' of damaging habitat. If such dispersal is age- or sex-biased, the demo­ graphy of the inhabitants is markedly affected, due to range­ ences in mortality within the dispersive intercourse or age classification. Habitat heterogeneity accordingly underlies this interpretation of dispersal and its demographic outcomes, even if the spatial variability of environments isn't assessed in dispersal studies.

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3). Here again, even if the polymorphism is maintained by adaptation to heterogeneous soil colours, the broad spatial extent of the polymorphism shows that dispersal per se is unlikely to affect it: exchange of individuals between populations separated even by many 42 The genetic consequences of dispersal kilometers would not alter gene frequencies significantly. Only genotypedependent movements, in which particular genotypes choose particular microhabitats, could affect polymorphisms of this sort.

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