Inferring colonization history from analyses of spatial genetic structure within populations of Pinus strobus and Quercus rubra.

@article{Jones2006InferringCH,
  title={Inferring colonization history from analyses of spatial genetic structure within populations of Pinus strobus and Quercus rubra.},
  author={F. Andrew Jones and James L. Hamrick and Craig J. Peterson and Edwin R. Squiers},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={
          851-61
        }
}
  • F. Andrew Jones, James L. Hamrick, +1 author Edwin R. Squiers
  • Published in Molecular ecology 2006
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Many factors interact to determine genetic structure within populations including adult density, the mating system, colonization history, natural selection, and the mechanism and spatial patterns of gene dispersal. We examined spatial genetic structure within colonizing populations of Quercus rubra seedlings and Pinus strobus juveniles and adults in an aspen-white pine forest in northern Michigan, USA. A 20-year spatially explicit demographic study of the forest enables us to interpret the… CONTINUE READING

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