Rodrigo Vargas-Gaete

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Oak species (Quercus spp.) in Central Europe grow on a relatively wide range of sites. Due to the economic importance of oak for its wood and other products, oak forests have long been managed by humans. This raises the question whether adaptation and/or human activities—especially the moving of propagules—have left their footprints on the genetic variation(More)
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