Perspectives on individual variation in mammals

Jenkins, Stephen H.
May 1997
Journal of Mammalogy;May97, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p271
Academic Journal
Introduces some of the key statistical and experimental methods for studying individual variation within species. Sampling of mammalian studies that illustrate the importance of such variation; Role of mammalogists in helping conserve endangered species.


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