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Genetic differentiation of Pinus sylvestris L. and Pinus mugo aggr: Populations in Switzerland


Genetic differentiation of Pinus sylvestris L. and Pinus mugo aggr: Populations in Switzerland



Silvae Genetica 43(4): 207-215



ISSN/ISBN: 0037-5349

Electrophoretic allozyme differentiation at 11 loci was studied in Pinus sylvestris and Pinus mugo aggr. populations, as well as in 3 populations containing individuals with intermediate morphology between P. sylvestris and P. uncinata. The 14 populations sampled from different geographical areas of Switzerland are clustered in 2 main groups, a P. sylvestris and a P. uncinata group, which confirms the taxonomic status of these 2 species. Morphologically intermediate populations are grouped with P. sylvestris and there is no evidence for an introgressive hybrid zone hypothesis. A comparative analysis of discriminant scores obtained for intermediate form individuals using both morphological and genetic data clearly confirms the presence of both species in the intermediate form populations which are thus mixed stands of P. sylvestris and P. uncinata.

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