Direction and extent of organelle DNA introgression between two spruce species in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau.

  title={Direction and extent of organelle DNA introgression between two spruce species in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau.},
  author={Fang K. Du and Xiao Li Peng and Jian Quan Liu and Martin Lascoux and Feng Sheng Hu and R{\'e}my J. Petit},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  volume={192 4},
A recent model has shown that, during range expansion of one species in a territory already occupied by a related species, introgression should take place preferentially from the resident species towards the invading species and genome components experiencing low rates of gene flow should introgress more readily than those experiencing high rates of gene flow. Here, we use molecular markers from two organelle genomes with contrasted rates of gene flow to test these predictions by examining… CONTINUE READING
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