Recurrent nuclear DNA introgression accompanies chloroplast DNA exchange between two eucalypt species

@article{McKinnon2010RecurrentND,
  title={Recurrent nuclear DNA introgression accompanies chloroplast DNA exchange between two eucalypt species},
  author={G. McKinnon and J. Smith and B. Potts},
  journal={Molecular Ecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={19}
}
Numerous studies within plant genera have found geographically structured sharing of chloroplast (cp) DNA among sympatric species, consistent with introgressive hybridization. Current research is aimed at understanding the extent, direction and significance of nuclear (nr) DNA exchange that accompanies putative cpDNA exchange. Eucalyptus is a complex tree genus for which cpDNA sharing has been established between multiple species. Prior phylogeographic analysis has indicated cpDNA introgression… Expand
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