Low population genetic differentiation in the Orchidaceae: Implications for the diversification of the family
A leading hypothesis for the immense diversity of the Orchidaceae is that skewed mating success and small, disjunct populations lead to strong genetic drift and switches between adaptive peaks. This mechanism is only possible under conditions of low gene
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