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Title Evolution of the House Mouse.
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012.

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Description 1 online resource (566 pages).
Series Cambridge Studies in Morphology and Molecules: New Paradigms in Evolutionary Bio, 3 ; v. 3
Cambridge Studies in Morphology and Molecules: New Paradigms in Evolutionary Bio, 3.
Note On the origin of house mouse synanthropy.
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Subject Mice -- Evolution.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents Cover; Evolution of the House Mouse; Series; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Foreword: Mice and (wo)men -- an evolving relationship; References; 1: The house mouse and its relatives: systematics and taxonomy: JEAN-CHRISTOPHE AUFFRAY AND JANICE BRITTON-DAVIDIAN; Introduction; Taxonomic position of the subgenus Mus; Taxonomic diversity in the subgenus Mus; The M. musculus species group; Type locality; Taxonomic issues; Distribution; Phylogenetic relationships between subspecies; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships.
Ecology/behaviourPoints of interest; Unresolved issues; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships/subspecies; Ecology/behaviour; Points of interest; Unresolved issues; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships/subspecies; Ecology/behaviour; Unresolved issues; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships; Ecology/behaviour; Points of interest; The M. booduga species group; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships; Ecology/behaviour.
Points of interestUnresolved issues; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships; Ecology/behaviour; Points of interest; Unresolved issues; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships; Ecology/behaviour; Unresolved issues; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships; Ecology; Points of interest; Unresolved issues; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships; Ecology/behaviour; Points of interest; Unresolved issues.
The M. cervicolor species groupType locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships/subspecies; Ecology/behaviour; Points of interest; Unresolved issues; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships; Ecology/behaviour; Points of interest; Unresolved issues; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships; Ecology/behaviour; Points of interest; The M. lepidoides species group; Type locality; Distribution; Description and diagnosis; Phylogenetic relationships; Ecology/behaviour.
Points of interestUnresolved issues; REFERENCES; 2: Phylogeny and biogeography of the genus Mus in Eurasia; Introduction; Origins and early diversification of the genus Mus; The diversity and phylogeny of Eurasian Mus species; Phylogeographic patterns among Eurasian Mus; Diversification, niche transitions and sympatry in the evolution of Eurasian Mus; Adaptive evolution in Eurasian Mus; Concluding remarks; REFERENCES; 3: On the origin of the house mouse synanthropy and dispersal in the Near East and Europe: zooarchaeological review and perspectives; Introduction.
Summary A detailed review of the evolutionary context necessary to interpret patterns and processes in the age of mouse genomics.
Other Author Baird, Stuart J. E.
Munclinger, Pavel.
Piálek, Jaroslav.
Other Title Print version: Macholán, Miloš. Evolution of the House Mouse. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, ©2012 9780521760669