Phylogeography of Sophora davidii (Leguminosae) across the 'Tanaka-Kaiyong Line', an important phytogeographic boundary in Southwest China.

@article{Fan2013PhylogeographyOS,
  title={Phylogeography of Sophora davidii (Leguminosae) across the 'Tanaka-Kaiyong Line', an important phytogeographic boundary in Southwest China.},
  author={Deng Mei Fan and Ji Pei Yue and Ze Long Nie and Zhi Min Li and Hans Peter Comes and Hang Sun},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 16},
  pages={4270-4288}
}
The 'Tanaka-Kaiyong Line' (TKL) is a major phytogeographic boundary in Southwest China, separating East Asia's Sino-Himalayan and Sino-Japanese Floras. However, little is known about the importance of this boundary in promoting intraspecific phylogeographic subdivision and divergence. Using chloroplast (cpDNA) and nuclear-intron (nDNA) sequence data, we reconstructed the population history of Sophora davidii, a drought-tolerant riparian shrub widely distributed on either side of the TKL… CONTINUE READING
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