In the light of evolution X: Comparative phylogeography

Volume: 113, Issue: 29, Pages: 7957 - 7961
Published: Jul 18, 2016
Abstract
Phylogeography is the study of the spatial arrangement of genealogical lineages, especially within and among conspecific populations and closely related species (10). Ever since its inception in the late 1970s (11, 12) and mid-1980s (13), the field has sought to extend phylogenetic reasoning to the intraspecific level, and thereby build empirical and conceptual bridges between the formerly separate disciplines of microevolutionary population...
Paper Details
Title
In the light of evolution X: Comparative phylogeography
Published Date
Jul 18, 2016
Volume
113
Issue
29
Pages
7957 - 7961
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