Genetic Bottlenecks in Time and Space: Reconstructing Invasions from Contemporary and Historical Collections

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Herbarium accession data offer a useful historical botanical perspective and have been used to track the spread of plant invasions through time and space. Nevertheless, few studies have utilised this resource for genetic analysis to reconstruct a more complete picture of historical invasion dynamics, including the occurrence of separate introduction events… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0106874

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@inproceedings{Dormontt2014GeneticBI, title={Genetic Bottlenecks in Time and Space: Reconstructing Invasions from Contemporary and Historical Collections}, author={Eleanor E. Dormontt and Michael G. Gardner and Martin F. Breed and James G Rodger and Peter J. Prentis and Andrew J. Lowe}, booktitle={PloS one}, year={2014} }