Post-glacial history of Trillium grandiflorum (Melanthiaceae) in eastern North America: inferences from phylogeography.

@article{Griffin2004PostglacialHO,
  title={Post-glacial history of Trillium grandiflorum (Melanthiaceae) in eastern North America: inferences from phylogeography.},
  author={Steven R. Griffin and Spencer C. H. Barrett},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2004},
  volume={91 3},
  pages={
          465-73
        }
}
Dispersal and migration are important processes affecting the evolutionary history and genetics of species. Here we investigate post-glacial migration and gene flow in Trillium grandiflorum (Melanthiaceae), a wide-ranging, forest herb from eastern North America. Using phylogeographic approaches, we examined cpDNA and allozyme diversity in 35 populations of T. grandiflorum sampled from throughout the geographic range of the species. Nested clade analysis (NCA) of cpDNA haplotypes indicated that… 

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