Landscape approaches to historical and contemporary gene flow in plants.

  title={Landscape approaches to historical and contemporary gene flow in plants.},
  author={Sork and Nason and Campbell and Fernandez},
  journal={Trends in ecology & evolution},
  volume={14 6},
  • Sork, Nason, +1 author Fernandez
  • Published 1999 in Trends in ecology & evolution
Growing interest in metapopulation dynamics and dispersal at a landscape level is promoting new approaches to the study of contemporary gene flow. These approaches have been fostered by the development of new genetic markers and statistical methods, as well as an awareness that contemporary gene flow cannot be reliably estimated by conventional methods based on genetic structure. Estimation of the spatial and temporal dynamics of pollen and seed movement with respect to extant landscape… CONTINUE READING
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