Contrasting phylogeographical patterns between mainland and island taxa of the Pinus luchuensis complex.

@article{Chiang2006ContrastingPP,
  title={Contrasting phylogeographical patterns between mainland and island taxa of the Pinus luchuensis complex.},
  author={Y-C Chiang and K-H Hung and Barbara Anna Schaal and X-J Ge and T-W Hsu and T-Y Chiang},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={
          765-79
        }
}
Species whose geographical distribution encompasses both mainland and island populations provide an ideal system for examining isolation and genetic divergence. In this study, paternally transmitted chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) and maternally transmitted mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) were used to estimate population structure and phylogeography of Pinus luchuensis, a species found in eastern China (ssp. hwangshanensis), Taiwan (ssp. taiwanensis), and the Ryukyu Archipelago (ssp. luchuensis). Gene… CONTINUE READING

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