Population genetic structure in Phyla scaberrima from Mexico and Colombia assessed by AFLP markers and implications for conservation

L.G. Androcioli, E.A. Ruas, L.A. Rodrigues, C.F. Ruas, H.E.R. Perilla, P.M. Ruas
2015 Genetics and Molecular Research  
L.G. Androcioli et al. netic variability within populations (85.41%) was higher than between groups (8.11%) and between populations (6.48%). Principal coordinate analysis and Bayesian analysis for the K number of clusters showed that the individuals were dispersed in five (K= 5) clusters. The low levels of genetic diversity observed in these populations demonstrated that the populations from Mexico and Colombia need urgent management to recover their genetic variability.
doi:10.4238/2015.december.1.21 pmid:26634537 fatcat:zyhrnjo6lfa7tejzopjmzoko6y