Dyana Ndiade-Bourobou

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We analysed the spatial distribution of genetic diversity to infer gene flow for Baillonella toxisperma Pierre (Moabi), a threatened entomophilous pollinated and animal-dispersed Central African tree, with typically low density (5-7 adults trees/km(2)). Fifteen nuclear and three universal chloroplast microsatellites markers were used to type 247 individuals(More)
Baillonella toxisperma is a scattered endemic species of the Guineo-Congolian forest. We developed 15 nuclear microsatellite markers specifically for B. toxisperma to analyse the genetic diversity of 188 individuals distributed in two natural populations in Gabon. On average, 8.3 alleles per locus were identified; observed heterozygosity ranged from 0.056(More)
Species delimitation in closely related plant taxa can be challenging because (i) reproductive barriers are not always congruent with morphological differentiation, (ii) use of plastid sequences might lead to misinterpretation, (iii) rare species might not be sampled. We revisited molecular-based species delimitation in the African genus Milicia, currently(More)
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