Contemporary patterns of genetic diversity of cedrela fissilis offer insight into the shaping of seasonal forests in eastern South America.

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PREMISE OF THE STUDY We investigated how genetic diversity is distributed across the range of Cedrela fissilis, a tree species associated with seasonal neotropical forests, to gain insights into competing biogeographic scenarios that explain how disjunct distributions of these forests were shaped. METHODS A total of 250 samples were sampled from 18 sites… (More)
DOI: 10.3732/ajb.1500370

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