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Pervasive admixture between eucalypt species has consequences for conservation and assisted migration

von Takach Dukai, Brenton; Jack, Cameron; Borevitz, Justin; Lindenmayer, David B.; Banks, Sam C.


Conservation management often uses information on genetic population structure to assess the importance of local provenancing for ecological restoration and reintroduction programs. For species that do not exhibit complete reproductive isolation, the estimation of population genetic parameters may be influenced by the extent of admixture. Therefore, to avoid perverse outcomes for conservation, genetically informed management strategies must determine whether hybridization between species is...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2018-12-30
Type: Journal article
Source: Evolutionary Applications
DOI: 10.1111/eva.12761
Access Rights: Open Access


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