Genetics as it applies to evolution, molecular biology, and medical aspects.
Sorry for the double post
Uh the frog is Diploid, and the eggs that i got are all from one state... beyond that i dont really know anything else about them, fish and Game claims that they are Chiricahuan frog eggs... no idea if there related...
um The frog inhabits a few areas total in the state of Arizona and we don't have enough samples taken from the full grown frogs and tatpoles to be able to say if its just one population or multiple scattered populations... if i could just tell if they had the same mother or maternal linage i would be very happy but if i could make a full family tree that would bring great delight to myself and my bosses should it prove useful
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