An AFLP marker approach to lower-level systematics in Eucalyptus (Myrtaceae).

@article{McKinnon2008AnAM,
  title={An AFLP marker approach to lower-level systematics in Eucalyptus (Myrtaceae).},
  author={Gay E McKinnon and Ren{\'e} E. Vaillancourt and Dorothy A. Steane and Bradley M. Potts},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={95 3},
  pages={368-80}
}
Genus Eucalyptus, with over 700 species, presents a number of systematic difficulties including taxa that hybridize or intergrade across environmental gradients. To date, no DNA marker has been found capable of resolving phylogeny below the sectional level in the major subgenera. Molecular markers are needed to support taxonomic revision, assess the extent of genetic divergence at lower taxonomic levels, and inform conservation efforts. We examined the utility of 930 amplified fragment length… CONTINUE READING
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