Following are books, review articles, and journals pertinent to the field of Conservation
REVIEWS AND OTHER ARTICLES:
Fraser, D. J. & Bernatchez, L. “Adaptive evolutionary conservation: towards a unified
concept for defining conservation units,” Molecular Ecology. 10 (12), 2741-2752, 2001.
Amos W, Balmford A. “When does conservation genetics matter?” Heredity 87:257-65,
Crandall, K.A., Bininda-Emonds, O.R.P., Mace, G.M., & Wayne, R.K. “Considering
Evolutionary Processes in Conservation Biology,” Trends in Ecology and Evolution
Saccone C, Gissi C, Lanave C, Larizza A, Pesole G, Reyes A. “Evolution of the
mitochondrial genetic system: an overview”, Gene 261:153-9, 2000.
Bowen, BW. “Preserving genes, species, or ecosystems? Healing the fractured
foundations of conservation policy,” Molecular Ecology 8(12 Suppl 1):S5-10, 1999.
O'Brien, S.J. "A Role for Molecular Genetics in Biological Conservation," Proceedings
of the National Academy of Science 91:5748-5755, 1994.
O'Brien, S.J. "Genetic and Phylogenetic Analyses of Endangered Species," Annual
Reviews of Genetics 28:467-489, 1994.
Avise, J.C. “A Role for Molecular Genetics in the Recognition and Conservation of
Endangered Species,” Trends in Ecology and Evolution 4:279-281, 1989.
A Dictionary of Genetics. R.C. King and W.D. Stansfield. 6th Edition, 2002. Oxford
Phylogenetics Trees Made Easy: A How-To Manual for Molecular Biologists. B.G.
Hall. 2001. Sinauer Associates.
Species Concepts and Phylogenetic Theory. Q. Wheeler and R. Meier, Eds. 2001.
Columbia University Press.
Phylogeography: The History and Formation of Species. J. C. Avise. 2000. Harvard
Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetics. M. Nei, S. Kumar. 2000. Oxford University
Culture of Animal Cells: A Manual of Basic Technique. R. Ian Freshney. 4th Edition,
Microsatellites: Evolution and Applications. D B. Golds