Who let the dogs out?

By Steph Hannah 03 Aug 01:55
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Question One: Who let the dogs out?
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IntroductionThe coyotes, jackal, and dingo are closely related species belonging to the dog family.
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Question InformationThe ranges of three distinct species of Jackal, the side stripped Jackal, the golden Jackal, and the black backed Jackal, overlap in the Serengeti are of eastern Africa. These Animals are highly territorial, but simply ignore the other Jackal species and no interbreeding takes place.

The Coyote, Jackal and Dingo have been known to interbreed with the common domestic dog and produce fertile offspring.
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Question InformationThe ranges of three distinct species of Jackal, the side stripped Jackal, the golden Jackal, and the black backed Jackal, overlap in the Serengeti are of eastern Africa. These Animals are highly territorial, but simply ignore the other Jackal species and no interbreeding takes place.

The Coyote, Jackal and Dingo have been known to interbreed with the common domestic dog and produce fertile offspring.
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More detailWhat effect does different selection pressures have on allele frequencies.

Mention genotypes and phenotypes.

Has gene flow been prevented? How?

The three types of Jackal are likely to have undergone what type of speciation?
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The coyotes, jackal, and dingo are closely related species belonging to the dog family.
The ranges of three distinct species of Jackal, the side stripped Jackal, the golden Jackal, and the black backed Jackal, overlap in the Serengeti are of eastern Africa. These Animals are highly territorial, but simply ignore the other Jackal species and no interbreeding takes place. The Coyote, Jackal and Dingo have been known to interbreed with the common domestic dog and produce fertile offspring.
The ranges of three distinct species of Jackal, the side stripped Jackal, the golden Jackal, and the black backed Jackal, overlap in the Serengeti are of eastern Africa. These Animals are highly territorial, but simply ignore the other Jackal species and no interbreeding takes place. The Coyote, Jackal and Dingo have been known to interbreed with the common domestic dog and produce fertile offspring.
What effect does different selection pressures have on allele frequencies. Mention genotypes and phenotypes. Has gene flow been prevented? How? The three types of Jackal are likely to have undergone what type of speciation?
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