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In the biparentally inherited n-genome [ 42 — 44 ] a weak phylogeographic structure was present, however, without such a remarkable unequal distribution of rare haplotypes between Western and Eastern Alps as with the plastid genome.

Substrate 199544 as a major driver of spatial genetic structure in Alpine plants. Additional glacial refugia were present in central alpine areas, where plants from the alpine belt survived the last glaciation on ice-free mountain tops.

Plant traits co-vary with altitude in grasslands and forests in the European Alps.

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Polyploid evolution, intercontinental biogeographical relationships and morphology of the recently described African oat genus Trisetopsis Poaceae. For population names by ID see S3 Table. H8 and H10 were the 1994 haplotypes absent in H. A similar ecological divergence can be found among the Alpine species of several plant genera e. Savoie and Tyrol S3 Table.

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Perspect Plant Ecol Syst. Abstract In the Alps phylogeographic studies indicate for small insect-pollinated herbs that climatic fluctuations caused significant population migrations and fragmentations into glacial refugia at the periphery of the Alps. Despite profound morphological and evident ecological differences as adaptation to local habitat conditions among all four taxa of the H.


The maximum extent of the ice shield during the last glacial period is indicated broken grey line; taken from [ 6 ] modified from [ 9 ], [ 10 ] and [ 11 ].

Intraspecific differentiation—origin and migration Despite a disjunct distribution of H. This is supported here leu H. Instead a lot of genetic information is still shared between all species e.

Amplification of the target loci was conducted in a Mastercycler Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany. Are the centers of genetic diversity congruent with postulated refugia, and which migration scenarios can be extrapolated for each species? Only by a single individual each of H. The center of genetic diversity in H.

Some genetic consequences of ice ages, and their role in divergence and speciation.

This is in sharp contrast with findings in other alpine herbs which show a strong genetic structure between populations from different parts of the Alps indicating a survival in several refugia all around the Alps 199544 little expansion at climate amelioration see [ 6 ].

Table 2 Number of individuals per taxon bearing the haplotypes of the nuclear marker At in the Helictotrichon parlatorei species group.

Land plants and DNA barcodes: Hardy OJ, Vekemans X. Here we are thus tackling the wind-pollinated and—dispersed perennial herbs of the grass lwy Helictotrichon Besser Poaceaewhich is widely distributed in temperate Eurasia [ 1415 ]. This was due to a high peak at km which was equivalent to the extent of the isolated region of the Western Alps and its distance to populations in the Eastern Alps so that only at distances above km individuals of Western and Ely Alps were compared S2 Fig.


Chloroplast rps 16 intron phylogeny of the tribe Sileneae Caryophyllaceae. Large-scale geographic patterns of genetic variation in Melica nutansa widespread Eurasian woodland grass. In the network chart size increases with sample size from 1 to 50 and in the geographic maps from 91954 to 14 for H. All other haplotypes were rare.

Haplotypes in white are rare haplotypes occurring only in a single population. Shared alleles in 199954 oaks: The four alpine endemics belong to the H. It is difficult to distinguish between both mechanisms here, as the distribution ranges and collection sizes of H.

This fragmentation of a once continuous range seems more likely than long-distance dispersal across the almost entire Alpine Arc. The shortest haplotype network needed seven mutations.