Macrogeographic and fine-scale genetic structure in a North American oak species , Quercus rubra L

@inproceedings{VL2007MacrogeographicAF,
  title={Macrogeographic and fine-scale genetic structure in a North American oak species , Quercus rubra L},
  author={VL and Sork and S Huang and Erik Wiener},
  year={2007}
}
mdash; Northern red oak, Quercus rubra L, is a widely distributed forest-dominant tree in North America. In this paper, we present the results of 2 studies examining macrogeographic and finescale genetic structure in the North American oak species Quercus rubra L. The first study used allozymes as genetic markers to examine the distribution of genetic variation within and among 10 widely distributed populations in midwestern USA. Our results revealed a high level of genetic variability within… CONTINUE READING

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