Epigenetic Variability in the Genetically Uniform Forest Tree Species Pinus pinea L

@inproceedings{SezLaguna2014EpigeneticVI,
  title={Epigenetic Variability in the Genetically Uniform Forest Tree Species Pinus pinea L},
  author={Enrique S{\'a}ez-Laguna and M. {\'A}ngeles Guevara and Luis-Manuel D{\'i}az and David S{\'a}nchez-G{\'o}mez and Carmen Collada and I. Aranda and Mar{\'i}a Teresa Cervera},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
There is an increasing interest in understanding the role of epigenetic variability in forest species and how it may contribute to their rapid adaptation to changing environments. In this study we have conducted a genome-wide analysis of cytosine methylation pattern in Pinus pinea, a species characterized by very low levels of genetic variation and a remarkable degree of phenotypic plasticity. DNA methylation profiles of different vegetatively propagated trees from representative natural… CONTINUE READING
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