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However there were a few studies related to domestic animals that actually evaluated the mutation-drift equilibrium in the different populations as a way to justify some loss of genetic variability through the bottleneck effect.
Bottleneck Effect background: Each fall, 2- to 4-year-old female gag grouper migrate from seagrass beds to offshore waters when the temperatures cool.
In order to increase the capacity on those network sections where there may come to the bottleneck effect, a train control strategy should be defined with the emphasis on the continuous influence on the trains and the application of ATO.
The bottleneck effect and genetic variability in populations.