Data from: Patterns of genotype variation and demographic history in Lindera glauca (Lauraceae), an apomict-containing dioecious forest tree

Shanshan Zhu, Hans-Peter Comes, Ichiro Tamaki, Ya-Nan Cao, Shota Sakaguchi, Zhao-Yan Yap, Yan-Qian Ding & Ying-Xiong Qiu
Aim: The historical circumstances promoting the transition from sexual to apomictic reproduction in dioecious plant species remains poorly understood. Here, we investigated the divergence and demographic history of Lindera glauca, a dioecious tree considered to be facultatively apomictic in China while comprising only females (obligate apomicts) in Japan. Location: East Asia (China and Japan) Methods: Samples from 42 populations were genotyped using chloroplast DNA and nuclear microsatellite (nSSR) loci to assess genetic diversity and structure....
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