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Geographic pattern of genetic diversity in Pinus resinosa : contact zone between descendants of glacial refugia
American Journal of Botany
Although red pine (Pinus resinosa) generally has low or completely lacks variation for molecular markers, some variation is observed for chloroplast microsatellites (cpSSRs). We sampled and examined 10 cpSSRs for 19 populations. Analysis of these populations plus 10 previously studied populations shows that the geographic distribution of genetic diversity over the range of P. resinosa is markedly nonuniform. Although the pattern exhibits little isolation by distance, there is a region centereddoi:10.3732/ajb.92.1.92 pmid:21652388 fatcat:lzn2ixtk3vdz7and7otx36uo7a