Efficient long-distance gene flow into an isolated relict oak stand.

@article{Buschbom2011EfficientLG,
  title={Efficient long-distance gene flow into an isolated relict oak stand.},
  author={Jutta Buschbom and Yulay Yanbaev and Bernd Degen},
  journal={The Journal of heredity},
  year={2011},
  volume={102 4},
  pages={464-72}
}
Geographically isolated and small populations outside a species' central distribution range are likely to be of major importance to a species' ability to quickly adjust its distribution range to global change dynamics. Gene flow from the outside plays a pivotal role in the fate of these marginal populations. It has been proposed that spatial fragmentation and perceived geographic isolation do not necessarily reflect a loss of genetic connectivity in tree species. However, the spatial limits of… CONTINUE READING

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