Prosopis laevigata microsatellite and sequence alignment data

Antonio González-Rodríguez, Gonzalo Contreras-Negrete, Luis Letelier & Javier Piña-Torres
Patterns of genetic and phylogeographic structure and recent population history of plant species in the Mexican arid zones has been scarcely investigated. Prosopis laevigata is the most widely spread species of mesquite in Mexico, with extensive populations in the arid and semi-arid zones of the central and northern plateaus and scattered presence in southern Mexico. We evaluated the genetic and phylogeographic structure of this species to infer its recent demographic history. We genotyped six nuclear...
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