Allozyme Variation and the Genetic Structure of Populations of Trochodendron aralioides, a Monotypic and Narrow Geographic Genus

@article{Wu2001AllozymeVA,
  title={Allozyme Variation and the Genetic Structure of Populations of Trochodendron aralioides, a Monotypic and Narrow Geographic Genus},
  author={Wu and Juei-Er and Shong Huang and J. G. Wang and Wu-Fu Tong},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={114},
  pages={45-57}
}
Siebold & Zucc., a primitive angiosperm that is insect-pollinated, has wind-dispersed seeds and grows only in eastern Asia. Nineteen populations were analyzed, including 16 from Taiwan, two from the main islands of Japan and one from Iriomote Island in the Ryukyu Islands. Genetic variability (0.133) at the species level was more similar to that of a narrow geographic species than an endemic species. Based on genotype frequencies, mating within populations was non-random (F I s=0.065) and there… CONTINUE READING

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