Species distribution and introgressive hybridization of two avicennia species from the western hemisphere unveiled by phylogeographic patterns

Species distribution and introgressive hybridization of two avicennia species from the western hemisphere unveiled by phylogeographic patterns

Gustavo M Mori, Maria I Zucchi, Iracilda Sampaio, Anete P Souza

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Mangrove plants grow in the intertidal zone in tropical and subtropical regions worldwide. The global latitudinal distribution of the mangrove is mainly influenced by climatic and oceanographic features. Because of current climate changes, poleward range expansions have been reported for the major...

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Species distribution and introgressive hybridization of two avicennia species from the western hemisphere unveiled by phylogeographic patterns

Gustavo M Mori, Maria I Zucchi, Iracilda Sampaio, Anete P Souza


										

Species distribution and introgressive hybridization of two avicennia species from the western hemisphere unveiled by phylogeographic patterns

Gustavo M Mori, Maria I Zucchi, Iracilda Sampaio, Anete P Souza

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    BMC evolutionary biology

    Vol. 15 (Apr., 2015), n. art. 61