From common gardens to candidate genes: Exploring local adaptation to climate in red spruce

Thibaut Capblancq, Susanne Lachmuth, Matthew Fitzpatrick & Stephen Keller
Local adaptation to climate is common in plant species and has been studied in a range of contexts, from improving crop yields to predicting population maladaptation to future conditions. The genomic era has brought new tools to study this process, which was historically explored through common garden experiments. In this study, we combine genomic methods and common gardens to investigate local adaptation in red spruce and identify environmental gradients and loci involved in climate adaptation....
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