Genetic erosion following extreme population declines can become an added burden for the recovery of endangered species. In a study just published in Genome… Read more »
José A. Godoy is a molecular ecologist and conservation geneticist at Estación Biológica de Doñana (CSIC), Sevilla, Spain. He coordinated the Iberian lynx genome project and is currently investigating lynx population genomics using both contemporary and ancient samples. He also coordinates the genetic management of the Iberian lynx captive and wild populations.
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- Genomics and the conservation of species: insights from the Iberian lynx - 14th December 2016