Comparative phylogeography of four component species of deciduous broad-leaved forests in Japan based on chloroplast DNA variation

A phylogeographic study of four tree species (Padus grayana, Euonymus oxyphyllus, Magnolia hypoleuca, and Carpinus laxiflora) growing in Japanese deciduous broad-leaved forests was conducted based on chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) variations. Using nucleotide sequences of 702–1,059 bp of intergenic spacers of cpDNA, 20, 27, eight, and eight haplotypes were… CONTINUE READING

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