Geographical isolation and environmental heterogeneity contribute to the spatial genetic patterns of Quercus kerrii (Fagaceae)

@article{Jiang2017GeographicalIA,
  title={Geographical isolation and environmental heterogeneity contribute to the spatial genetic patterns of Quercus kerrii (Fagaceae)},
  author={Xiao-Long Jiang and M. An and Si-Si Zheng and M. Deng and Zhihao Su},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={2017},
  volume={120},
  pages={219 - 233}
}
Southwest China is one of the major global biodiversity hotspots. The Tanaka line, extending within southwestern China from its northwest to its southeast, is an important biogeographical boundary between the Sino-Japanese and Sino-Himalayan floristic regions. Understanding the evolutionary history of the regional keystone species would assist with both reconstructing historical vegetation dynamics and ongoing biodiversity management. In this research, we combined phylogeographic methodologies… Expand
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