Chloroplast microsatellite variation in Abies nordmanniana and simulation of causes for low differentiation among populations

@article{Hansen2005ChloroplastMV,
  title={Chloroplast microsatellite variation in Abies nordmanniana and simulation of causes for low differentiation among populations},
  author={Ole Kromann Hansen and Erik D Kj{\ae}r and Giovanni Giuseppe Vendramin},
  journal={Tree Genetics & Genomes},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={116-123}
}
Fifteen populations of Abies nordmanniana, originating from all main parts of its distributional area in the Caucasian region, were genotyped for three chloroplast microsatellites as well as one mitochondrial marker. The chloroplast microsatellites were highly variable, resulting in a total of 111 haplotypes in 361 analysed individuals, while the mitochondrial marker showed no variation. Analysis of molecular variance attributed 2.1% of the variation in the microsatellites to be among… CONTINUE READING

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