GENETIC ISOLATION BETWEEN THREE CLOSELY RELATED TAXA: FUCUS VESICULOSUS, F. SPIRALIS, AND F. CERANOIDES (PHAOPHYCEAE)1

@inproceedings{Billard2005GENETICIB,
  title={GENETIC ISOLATION BETWEEN THREE CLOSELY RELATED TAXA: FUCUS VESICULOSUS, F. SPIRALIS, AND F. CERANOIDES (PHAOPHYCEAE)1},
  author={Emmanuelle Billard and Claire Daguin and Gareth A Pearson and Ester A. Serr{\~a}o and Carolyn R. Engel and Myriam Valero},
  year={2005}
}
All traditional markers, both phenotypic and phylogenetic, have failed to discriminate between the taxa composing the Fucus vesiculosus L., F. spiralis L., and F. ceranoides L. species complex, particularly in Brittany (France), so we used five microsatellite markers to compare the allelic frequencies of populations of the three taxa in this region. The aim of this study was to assess whether the different populations were grouped according to their geographical location, their habitat (open… CONTINUE READING

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