Pursuing glacier retreat: genetic structure of a rapidly expanding Larix decidua population.

@article{Pluess2011PursuingGR,
  title={Pursuing glacier retreat: genetic structure of a rapidly expanding Larix decidua population.},
  author={Andrea R. Pluess},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2011},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={473-85}
}
One of the greatest threats to the long-term viability of migrating plant species is the loss of genetic diversity due to founder effects. Populations can expand as a response to climate change, but it is uncertain if long-lived plant species can maintain sufficient genetic diversity at the leading edge of migrating populations. This study uses an expanding Larix decidua population investigated along a chronosequence at landscape (350 ha) and local (0.8 ha) scales to test whether accelerated… CONTINUE READING

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