Evidence for ancient genetic subdivision among recently fragmented populations of the endangered shrub Grevillea caleyi (Proteaceae)

@article{Llorens2004EvidenceFA,
  title={Evidence for ancient genetic subdivision among recently fragmented populations of the endangered shrub Grevillea caleyi (Proteaceae)},
  author={Tanya M Llorens and David J. Ayre and Robert J. Whelan},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={2004},
  volume={92},
  pages={519-526}
}
The genetic effects of population fragmentation cannot be interpreted without understanding the underlying pattern of genetic variation resulting from historic population processes. We used AFLP markers to determine genetic structure and distribution of genetic diversity among populations of an endangered Australian shrub Grevillea caleyi (Proteaceae). Populations that occurred historically on four ridges have new been fragmented to varying degrees, producing some large, relatively pristine… CONTINUE READING
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