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Refugia within refugia: the case study of a canopy tree (Eurycorymbus cavaleriei) in subtropical China
Aim Eurycorymbus cavaleriei (Levl.) Rehd. et Hand.-Mazz. (Sapindaceae) is a Tertiary relict tree endemic to subtropical China. This area is a centre for speciation and evolution within the East AsiaExpand
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Comparative transcriptome resources of eleven Primulina species, a group of ‘stone plants’ from a biodiversity hot spot
The genus Primulina is an emerging model system in studying the drivers and mechanisms of species diversification, for its high species richness and endemism, together with high degree of habitatExpand
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Microsatellite analysis reveals interpopulation differentiation and gene flow in the endangered tree Changiostyrax dolichocarpa (Styracaceae) with fragmented distribution in central China.
Polymorphic simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers were used to investigate the impact of habitat fragmentation on the population structure and gene flow of Changiostyrax dolichocarpa, a criticallyExpand
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Contemporary pollen flow and mating patterns of a subtropical canopy tree Eurycorymbus cavaleriei in
Abstract China's subtropical forests have experienced severe deforestation and most native forests have been fragmented into an archipelago-like landscape. The genetic effect of habitat fragmentationExpand
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A range wide geographic pattern of genetic diversity and population structure of Castanea mollissima populations inferred from nuclear and chloroplast microsatellites
Understanding geographical pattern of genetic diversity and population structure is of great importance for formulating conservation and utilization strategies. In this study, we investigated theExpand
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Demographic bottlenecks and low gene flow in remnant populations of the critically endangered Berchemiella wilsonii var. pubipetiolata (Rhamnaceae) inferred from microsatellite markers
Berchemiella wilsonii var. pubipetiolata (Rhamnaceae) is an endangered plant with only four remnant populations in eastern China. Population genetic information is essential for understandingExpand
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Protecting evolutionary significant units for the remnant populations of Berchemiella wilsonii var. pubipetiolata (Rhamnaceae)
Berchemiella wilsonii var. pubipetiolata (Rhamnaceae) is an endangered tree in eastern China. Habitat destruction has resulted in fragmentation of remnant populations and extinction of localExpand
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Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for an endangered shrub, Ammopiptanthus mongolicus (Leguminosae) and cross-species amplification in Ammopiptanthus nanus
We developed 11 polymorphic microsatellite markers for an endangered shrub Ammopiptanthus mongolicus using the Fast Isolation by AFLP of Sequences Containing repeats protocol. Polymorphism of eachExpand
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Long-distance pollen dispersal ensures genetic connectivity of the low-density tree species, Eurycorymbus cavaleriei, in a fragmented karst forest landscape
Karst forest in southwest China represents one of the world’s most spectacular examples of tropical-subtropical karst landscapes and harbours high floristic richness and endemism. Many plant speciesExpand
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