Data from: Woody climbers show greater population genetic differentiation than trees: insights into the link between ecological traits and diversification

Gianoli E, Torres-Diaz C, Ruiz E, Salgado-Luarte C, Molina-Montenegro MA, Saldaña A, Ríos RS

Date Published: September 14, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4s6m3

 

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Title Genetic and geographic distances
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Description Pairwise genetic (after AFLP markers) and geographic distances between populations of trees and woody climbers
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Gianoli E, Torres-Diaz C, Ruiz E, Salgado-Luarte C, Molina-Montenegro MA, Saldaña A, Ríos RS (2016) Woody climbers show greater population genetic differentiation than trees: insights into the link between ecological traits and diversification. Evolution 70(12): 2736–2745. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.13073

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Gianoli E, Torres-Diaz C, Ruiz E, Salgado-Luarte C, Molina-Montenegro MA, Saldaña A, Ríos RS (2016) Data from: Woody climbers show greater population genetic differentiation than trees: insights into the link between ecological traits and diversification. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4s6m3
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