Flying over phylogeographic breaks by wind: Quaternary evolutionary history of a mountain aspen in southwestern China

Jieshi Tang
The role of phylogeographic break and wind direction in the formation of plant genetic pattern has aroused increasing interest. Two phylogeographic breaks, MSD and TKL, existed in the Sino-Japanese floristic region have affected many plants, but there was no landscape genetic research across these two phylogeographic breaks. Here, we tested the internal and external factors that influence the phylogeographic pattern of Populus rotundifolia. Genetic variation was surveyed across 49 populations (567 individuals) covering the Chinese...
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