Genotypes of Italian free-ranging dogs

Eugenia Natoli, Roberto Bonnani, Simona Cafazzo, Daniel Mills, Dominique Pontier & Malgorzata Pilot
Domestication has greatly changed the social and reproductive behavior of dogs relative to that of wild members of the genus Canis, which typically exhibit social monogamy and extended parental care. Unlike a typical grey wolf pack that consists of a single breeding pair and their offspring from multiple seasons, a group of free-ranging dogs (FRDs) can include multiple breeding individuals of both sexes. To understand the consequences of this shift in reproductive behavior, we reconstructed...
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