Patterns of cpDNA diversity within a beech refugial area

Theodoros Mouratidis, , Nicolas George Eliades, Ioannis Tsiripidis, Reiner Finkeldey & Aristotelis C. Papageorgiou
This study aims at the description of beech postglacial movement within a mountain. The selected mountain Paggeo is isolated, while beech forms an altitudinal continuum for more than 1000m. Previous genetic studies have indicated the possible presence of a glacial refugium in the broader region. Seven sub-populations were sampled, in order to describe the structure of this refugial population. Three cpDNA microsatellite primer pairs were used. A high variety of haplotypes and a significant differentiation...
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