Genetic conservation and management of the California endemic, Torrey pine ( Pinus torreyana Parry) : Implications of genetic rescue in a genetically depauperate species Article - Août 2017

Jill A Hamilton, Raphaël Royauté, Jessica W Wright, Paul Hodgskiss, F. Thomas Ledig

Jill A Hamilton, Raphaël Royauté, Jessica W Wright, Paul Hodgskiss, F. Thomas Ledig, « Genetic conservation and management of the California endemic, Torrey pine ( Pinus torreyana Parry) : Implications of genetic rescue in a genetically depauperate species  », Ecology and Evolution, août 2017, pp. 7370 - 7381. ISSN 2045-7758

Abstract

Rare species present a challenge under changing environmental conditions as the genetic consequences of rarity may limit species ability to adapt to environmental change. To evaluate the evolutionary potential of a rare species, we assessed variation in traits important to plant fitness using multigenerational common garden experiments. Torrey pine, Pinus torreyana Parry, is one of the rarest pines in the world, re

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