Original paper

Evidence of genomic adaptation to climate in Eucalyptus microcarpa: Implications for adaptive potential to projected climate change

Volume: 26, Issue: 21, Pages: 6002 - 6020
Published: Oct 7, 2017
Abstract
Understanding whether populations can adapt in situ or whether interventions are required is of key importance for biodiversity management under climate change. Landscape genomics is becoming an increasingly important and powerful tool for rapid assessments of climate adaptation, especially in long‐lived species such as trees. We investigated climate adaptation in Eucalyptus microcarpa using the DA rTseq genomic approach. A combination of F ST...
Paper Details
Title
Evidence of genomic adaptation to climate in Eucalyptus microcarpa: Implications for adaptive potential to projected climate change
Published Date
Oct 7, 2017
Volume
26
Issue
21
Pages
6002 - 6020
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