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The role of hybridization during ecological divergence of southwestern white pine (Pinus strobiformis) and limber pine (P. flexilis)Author(s): Mitra Menon; Justin C. Bagley; Christopher J. Friedline; Amy V. Whipple; Anna W. Schoettle; Alejandro Leal-Saenz; Christian Wehenkel; Francisco Molina-Freaner; Lluvia Flores-Renteria; M. Socorro Gonzalez-Elizondo; Richard A. Sniezko; Samuel A. Cushman; Kristen M. Waring; Andrew J. Eckert
Source: Molecular Ecology. 27: 1245-1260.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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CitationMenon, Mitra; Bagley, Justin C.; Friedline, Christopher J.; Whipple, Amy V.; Schoettle, Anna W.; Leal-Saenz, Alejandro; Wehenkel, Christian; Molina-Freaner, Francisco; Flores-Renteria, Lluvia; Gonzalez-Elizondo, M. Socorro; Sniezko, Richard A.; Cushman, Samuel A.; Waring, Kristen M.; Eckert, Andrew J. 2017. The role of hybridization during ecological divergence of southwestern white pine (Pinus strobiformis) and limber pine (P. flexilis). Molecular Ecology. 27: 1245-1260.
Keywordsconifers, ecological speciation, extrinsic barriers, hybrid zone, introgression, population genomics
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