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Data from: Genetic divergence, range expansion and possible homoploid hybrid speciation among pine species in northeast China

Guangpeng Ren, Richard J. Abbott, Yongfeng Zhou, Lirui Zhang, Yanling Peng, G-P Ren, Y-F Zhou, L-R Zhang, Y-L Peng & J-Q Liu
Although homoploid hybrid speciation in plants is probably more common than previously realized, there are few well-documented cases of homoploid hybrid origin in conifers. We examined genetic divergence between two currently widespread pines in northeast China, Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica and P. densiflora, and also whether two narrowly distributed pines in the same region, P. funebris and P. takahasii, might have originated from the two widespread species by homoploid hybrid speciation. Our results, based on...

Data from: Genetic divergence, range expansion and possible homoploid hybrid speciation among pine species in northeast China

Guangpeng Ren, Richard J. Abbott, Yongfeng Zhou, Lirui Zhang, Yanling Peng, R J Abbott, G-P Ren, Y-F Zhou, L-R Zhang, Y-L Peng & J-Q Liu
Although homoploid hybrid speciation in plants is probably more common than previously realized, there are few well-documented cases of homoploid hybrid origin in conifers. We examined genetic divergence between two currently widespread pines in northeast China, Pinus sylvestris var. mongolica and P. densiflora, and also whether two narrowly distributed pines in the same region, P. funebris and P. takahasii, might have originated from the two widespread species by homoploid hybrid speciation. Our results, based on...

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