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A practical guide to environmental association analysis in landscape genomics
Landscape genomics is an emerging research field that aims to identify the environmental factors that shape adaptive genetic variation and the gene variants that drive local adaptation. ItsExpand
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Identifying future research needs in landscape genetics: where to from here?
Landscape genetics is an emerging interdisciplinary field that combines methods and concepts from population genetics, landscape ecology, and spatial statistics. The interest in landscape genetics isExpand
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Genetic consequences of glacial survival and postglacial colonization in Norway spruce: combined analysis of mitochondrial DNA and fossil pollen
Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) is a broadly distributed European conifer tree whose history has been intensively studied by means of fossil records to infer the location of full‐glacialExpand
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Common factors drive adaptive genetic variation at different spatial scales in Arabis alpina
A major challenges facing landscape geneticists studying adaptive variation is to include all the environmental variables that might be correlated with allele frequencies across the genome. One wayExpand
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Adaptive vs. neutral genetic diversity: implications for landscape genetics
Genetic diversity is important for the maintenance of the viability and the evolutionary or adaptive potential of populations and species. However, there are two principal types of genetic diversity:Expand
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Genetic diversity in widespread species is not congruent with species richness in alpine plant communities.
The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) aims at the conservation of all three levels of biodiversity, that is, ecosystems, species and genes. Genetic diversity represents evolutionary potentialExpand
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Broad‐scale adaptive genetic variation in alpine plants is driven by temperature and precipitation
Identifying adaptive genetic variation is a challenging task, in particular in non‐model species for which genomic information is still limited or absent. Here, we studied distribution patterns ofExpand
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Tandem repeats in plant mitochondrial genomes: application to the analysis of population differentiation in the conifer Norway spruce
Mitochondrial DNA, widely applied in studies of population differentiation in animals, is rarely used in plants because of its slow rate of sequence evolution and its complex genomic organization. WeExpand
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Ancient plant DNA: review and prospects.
Ancient DNA has received much attention since the mid-1980s, when the first sequence of an extinct animal species was recovered from a museum specimen. Since then, the majority of ancient DNA studiesExpand
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Landscape genetics of plants.
Landscape genetics is the amalgamation of landscape ecology and population genetics to help with understanding microevolutionary processes such as gene flow and adaptation. In this review, we examineExpand
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