In his research, Don J. Melnick undertakes multidisciplinary study on Gene flow and Subspecies. Much of his study explores Subspecies relationship to Ecology. His Ecology study frequently links to related topics such as Asian elephant. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Asian elephant and Elephas. Much of his study explores Elephas relationship to Zoology. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Zoology and Evolutionary biology. Don J. Melnick undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Evolutionary biology and Genetics through his research. He merges many fields, such as Genetics and Gene, in his writings. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Gene and Gene flow in his work.
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Asian primate classification
D. Brandon-Jones;A. A. Eudey;T. Geissmann;C. P. Groves.
International Journal of Primatology (2004)
Cercopithecines in multimale groups : genetic diversity and population structure
Don J Melnick;Mary C Pearl;Barbara Smuts;Dorothy L Cheney.
Primate Societies (1987)
A mitochondrial DNA phylogeny of African clawed frogs: phylogeography and implications for polyploid evolution.
Ben J. Evans;Darcy B. Kelley;Richard C. Tinsley;Don J. Melnick.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2004)
PATERNAL, MATERNAL, AND BIPARENTAL MOLECULAR MARKERS PROVIDE UNIQUE WINDOWS ONTO THE EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF MACAQUE MONKEYS
Anthony J. Tosi;Juan Carlos Morales;Don J. Melnick.
Phylogenetics of Fanged Frogs:Testing Biogeographical Hypotheses at the Interface of the Asian and Australian Faunal Zones
Ben J. Evans;Rafe M. Brown;Jimmy A. McGuire;Jatna Supriatna;Jatna Supriatna.
Systematic Biology (2003)
Comparison of Y chromosome and mtDNA phylogenies leads to unique inferences of macaque evolutionary history.
Anthony J Tosi;Juan Carlos Morales;Don J Melnick.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2000)
Differences in male and female macaque dispersal lead to contrasting distributions of nuclear and mitochondrial DNA variation
Don J. Melnick;Guy A. Hoelzer.
International Journal of Primatology (1992)
A new west African chimpanzee subspecies
M. Katherine Gonder;John F. Oates;Todd R. Disotell;Michael R. J. Forstner.
Phylogenetic relationships of the macaques (Cercopithecidae: Macaca), as revealed by high resolution restriction site mapping of mitochondrial ribosomal genes.
Juan Carlos Morales;Don J. Melnick.
Journal of Human Evolution (1998)
Reliable Noninvasive Genotyping: Fantasy or Reality?
P Fernando;T N C Vidya;C Rajapakse;A Dangolla.
Journal of Heredity (2003)
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