Diversity and Evolution in tropical rainforest trees: example of Eperua falcata in French Guiana

@inproceedings{Brousseau2013DiversityAE,
  title={Diversity and Evolution in tropical rainforest trees: example of Eperua falcata in French Guiana},
  author={Louise Brousseau},
  year={2013}
}
Unveiling the genetic basis of local adaptation to environmental variation is a major goal in molecular ecology. In rugged landscapes characterized by environmental mosaics, living populations and communities can experience steep ecological gradients over very short geographical distances. In lowland tropical forests, interspecific divergence in edaphic specialization (for seasonally flooded bottomlands and seasonally dry terra firme soils) has been proven by ecological studies on adaptive… CONTINUE READING

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