Physical separation of the wild and cultivar is recommended since it could reduce possible gene flow
which, as other studies have shown, can result in hybridization, loss of genetic diversity or even extinction of the wild type (Ellstrand et al.
In addition to gene flow
through adult migration, marine fish frequently have a planktonic larval stage of several months duration, which can be expected to further enhance gene flow
Baer (14) has argued that a genetic analysis of gene flow
The Sumgayit region also acts as an ecological sink, with levels of gene flow
into the region exceeding gene flow
out of the region.
Government researchers monitored the gene flow
from Bayer's herbicide-resistant GM oilseed rape to related wild plants during farm-scale evaluations of GM crops.
Changes in gene frequency brought about by random genetic drift, gene flow
, and natural selection lead to the evolution of populations.
Postcommercialization Gene Flow
from Biotechnology-derived Crops: Policy and Research Considerations; a conference and special publication, Water Quality and Quantity Issues for Perennial Grasses Used in the Urban Landscapes of North America; and a symposium and special publication.
2001) and with the hypothesis that significant gene flow
occurs at one or more life-history stages (Goodyear 1995; Gold & Richardson 1998a).
Secondly, by reducing domestic gene flow
, wild populations would continue to evolve within their contemporary environment.
A high gene flow
between the two populations of Taiwan's
These differences in mobility could have had significant effects on the gene flow
within and between populations.
Two studies have shown that many of the gene flow
claims made by those opposed to GM technology have been over exaggerated, it was claimed yesterday.