Ecology, Evolutionary biology, Phylogenetics, Introgression and Zoology are his primary areas of study. As part of his studies on Ecology, he often connects relevant subjects like Species complex. Bruno Streit combines subjects such as Isolation by distance, Biological dispersal, Land snail and Analysis of molecular variance with his study of Evolutionary biology.
His Phylogenetics research integrates issues from Molecular ecology, Detrended correspondence analysis and Conservation genetics. His Introgression research includes elements of Biological evolution and Natural selection. His Zoology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Type and Community.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Zoology, Evolutionary biology, Genetics and Biological dispersal. His study in Introduced species, Habitat, Range, Poecilia mexicana and Trophic level falls under the purview of Ecology. His work in Trophic level tackles topics such as Food chain which are related to areas like Bioaccumulation and Environmental chemistry.
Bruno Streit has included themes like Taxon and Phylogenetics in his Zoology study. Bruno Streit works mostly in the field of Evolutionary biology, limiting it down to concerns involving Evolutionary ecology and, occasionally, Conservation genetics. His studies deal with areas such as Biodiversity, Land snail and Fauna as well as Biological dispersal.
Bruno Streit mostly deals with Ecology, Zoology, Range, European rabbit and Rural area. His research on Ecology often connects related topics like Dikerogammarus villosus. He has researched Zoology in several fields, including Adaptation, Cave, Ecotype and Species complex.
The concepts of his Range study are interwoven with issues in Carnivore, Wildlife corridor and Biological dispersal. His European rabbit study incorporates themes from Habitat fragmentation, Urbanization, Species richness, Inbreeding and Genetic variation. His Introduced species research incorporates themes from Invasive species, Aquatic animal and Behavioral plasticity.
Zoology, Ecology, Range, Biodiversity and European wildcat are his primary areas of study. His Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Freshwater ecosystem, Keystone species and Life history theory. His research combines Fishery and Ecology.
His studies in Range integrate themes in fields like Carnivore, Wildlife corridor and Biological dispersal.
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Introduction. Extent, processes and evolutionary impact of interspecific hybridization in animals
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2008)
Molecular Ecology and Evolution: Approaches and Applications
Speciation and phylogeography in the cosmopolitan marine moon jelly, Aurelia sp
BMC Evolutionary Biology (2002)
Utility of DNA taxonomy and barcoding for the inference of larval community structure in morphologically cryptic Chironomus (Diptera) species.
Molecular Ecology (2007)
From sea to land and beyond – New insights into the evolution of euthyneuran Gastropoda (Mollusca)
BMC Evolutionary Biology (2008)
Comparing the efficacy of morphologic and DNA-based taxonomy in the freshwater gastropod genus Radix (Basommatophora, Pulmonata)
BMC Evolutionary Biology (2006)
RAPD identification of microsatellites in Daphnia
A. Ender;K. Schwenk;T. Städler;B. Streit.
Molecular Ecology (1996)
Rapid evolution of an ancient lake species flock: Freshwater limpets (Gastropoda: Ancylidae) in the Balkan Lake Ohrid
Organisms Diversity & Evolution (2006)
The impact of human-made ecological changes on the genetic architecture of Daphnia species.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
A molecular phylogeny of Planorboidea (Gastropoda, Pulmonata): insights from enhanced taxon sampling
Zoologica Scripta (2007)
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