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Geographical variation in the mono terpenes of pinus contorta oleo resin


Geographical variation in the mono terpenes of pinus contorta oleo resin



Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 8(4): 343-360



ISSN/ISBN: 0305-1978

The monoterpene composition of the shoot cortical oleoresin allowed the natural range of Lodgepole pine (P. contorta) to be divided into chemically distinct regions. The trees examined were all grown in Britain [UK] from seed originally collected from 150 localities in northwest North America. Those from the central area of the natural range contained a wide variety of monoterpene pattern-types, while those from more peripheral areas were more exclusively characterized by their own specific pattern-types. Chemical evidence for introgresion with Jack pine (P.banksiana) was detected in trees originating from central British Columbia and there was also a highly localized and pronounced region of introgression chemotypes in coastal populations near the border of Oregon and California. Variations between trees grown in replicate plots and at different sites in Britain were small, and the results indicated that resin analysis of 25 trees was usually sufficient to determine the region of origin of an unknown population.

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