Multilocus nested haplotype networks extended with DNA fingerprints show common origin and fine-scale, ongoing genetic divergence in a wild microbial metapopulation.

@article{Carbone2001MultilocusNH,
  title={Multilocus nested haplotype networks extended with DNA fingerprints show common origin and fine-scale, ongoing genetic divergence in a wild microbial metapopulation.},
  author={Ignazio Carbone and Linda Myra Kohn},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2001},
  volume={10 10},
  pages={2409-22}
}
Nested haplotype networks for three loci in a haploid, fungal plant pathogen, Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, in two natural, Norwegian populations of the woodland buttercup, Ranunculus ficaria, were extended with DNA fingerprints to determine fine-scale population divergence. To preserve the cladistic structure in the network for both nonrecombinant and postrecombinant haplotypes in highly recombinant clades, recombinant events were not removed ('peeled off'), but instead were examined in… CONTINUE READING