Chloroplast DNA variation of Betula humilis Schrk. in Poland and Belarus

@article{Jadwiszczak2012ChloroplastDV,
  title={Chloroplast DNA variation of Betula humilis Schrk. in Poland and Belarus},
  author={Katarzyna A. Jadwiszczak and Agata Banaszek and Ewa Jabłońska and Oleg V. Sozinov},
  journal={Tree Genetics & Genomes},
  year={2012},
  volume={8},
  pages={1017-1030}
}
Betula humilis is an endangered plant species in Central Europe. In order to protect this species, it is necessary to document its genetic diversity in this region and to identify areas for conservation prioritisation. As molecular investigations conducted throughout the ranges of many plant species have shown that the highest genetic diversities are found within former glacial refugia and/or within the contact zones of different phylogenetic lineages, we investigated the reasons underlying the… CONTINUE READING
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