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Avoiding inbreeding and increasing effective population size for the restocking of genetically impoverished species: the case of the critically endangered European sturgeon (Acipenser sturio)

Abstract : The success of conservation programs of genetically depleted species is challenging. Breeding tactics, restocking strategies, and selection mechanisms in the wild may lead to the possibility of only a small number of parents contributing to a large proportion of the supplemental progeny, leading to reduced genetic diversity. However, there is only limited empirical evidence supporting this statement.
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Séverine Roques, Patrick Berrebi, Eric Rochard, Marie-Laure Acolas. Avoiding inbreeding and increasing effective population size for the restocking of genetically impoverished species: the case of the critically endangered European sturgeon (Acipenser sturio). Ressources génétiques animales : Taille efficace et dépression de consanguinité : Variables Essentielles de Biodiversité pour la gestion des populations animales sauvages et domestiques ?, May 2016, Paris, France. pp.1, 2016. ⟨hal-02604916⟩

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