Colonization history of Scots pine in Eastern Europe and North Asia based on mitochondrial DNA variation

@article{Semerikov2017ColonizationHO,
  title={Colonization history of Scots pine in Eastern Europe and North Asia based on mitochondrial DNA variation},
  author={Vladimir L. Semerikov and Svetlana A. Semerikova and Yuliya A. Putintseva and Vyacheslav V. Tarakanov and Irina Tikhonova and Anatoliy I. Vidyakin and Natalia V. Oreshkova and Konstantin V. Krutovsky},
  journal={Tree Genetics & Genomes},
  year={2017},
  volume={14},
  pages={1-7}
}
During Quaternary glaciations, the ranges of Northern Eurasia forest species periodically experienced contraction followed by subsequent re-colonizations in the interglacial intervals. However, unlike the broadleaf trees of temperate forests, taiga species seem not to have retreated fully to southern regions in unfavorable periods and possibly survived at mid-latitudes in multiple refugia. Here, we report a study of genetic variation of three mitochondrial DNA markers in 90 populations of Scots… CONTINUE READING

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