Phylogeography of Quercus glauca (Fagaceae), a dominant tree of East Asian subtropical evergreen forests, based on three chloroplast DNA interspace sequences

@article{Xu2014PhylogeographyOQ,
  title={Phylogeography of Quercus glauca (Fagaceae), a dominant tree of East Asian subtropical evergreen forests, based on three chloroplast DNA interspace sequences},
  author={Jin Xu and Min Deng and Xiao-Long Jiang and Murphy Westwood and Yigang Song and Roy Turkington},
  journal={Tree Genetics \& Genomes},
  year={2014},
  volume={11},
  pages={1-17}
}
Historical geoclimatic events have shaped the distribution patterns and intraspecific divergence of plants. Numerous phylogeographical studies in China have focused on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and surrounding areas due to the complex topography and high species diversity, but the impact of Neogene events and Quaternary climatic change on the flora of subtropical China remains poorly understood. Quercus glauca, a widespread tree of East Asian subtropical evergreen forests, has rich fossil… Expand

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