Isozyme polymorphisms provide evidence of clinal variation with elevation in Nothofagus pumilio.

@article{Premoli2003IsozymePP,
  title={Isozyme polymorphisms provide evidence of clinal variation with elevation in Nothofagus pumilio.},
  author={Andrea Cecilia Premoli},
  journal={The Journal of heredity},
  year={2003},
  volume={94 3},
  pages={218-26}
}
Variable physical conditions along elevational gradients strongly influence patterns of genetic differentiation in tree species. Here, the hypothesis is tested that different growth forms of Nothofagus pumilio, which characterizes the subalpine forests in the southern Andes, will display continuous genetic variation with elevation. At each of four elevational strips in three different mountain ranges, fresh leaf tissue was sampled from 30 randomly selected individuals to be analyzed by protein… CONTINUE READING

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