Progressive migration and anagenesis in Drimys confertifolia of the Juan Fernández Archipelago, Chile

@article{LpezSeplveda2014ProgressiveMA,
  title={Progressive migration and anagenesis in Drimys confertifolia of the Juan Fern{\'a}ndez Archipelago, Chile},
  author={P. L{\'o}pez-Sep{\'u}lveda and K. Takayama and J. Greimler and D. Crawford and P. Pe{\~n}ailillo and M. Baeza and E. Ruiz and G. Kohl and K. Tremetsberger and A. Gatica and L. Letelier and P. Novoa and J. Novak and T. Stuessy},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={128},
  pages={73 - 90}
}
A common mode of speciation in oceanic islands is by anagenesis, wherein an immigrant arrives and through time transforms by mutation, recombination, and drift into a morphologically and genetically distinct species, with the new species accumulating a high level of genetic diversity. We investigate speciation in Drimys confertifolia, endemic to the two major islands of the Juan Fernández Archipelago, Chile, to determine genetic consequences of anagenesis, to examine relationships among… Expand
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