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Markus, Müller
Laura, Cuervo-Alarcon
Oliver, Gailing
Rajendra, K. C.
Meena, Suyal Chhetri
Sarah, Seifert
Matthias, Arend
Konstantin V. Krutovsky
Reiner, Finkeldey
2019-07-01T07:26:59Z
2019-07-01T07:26:59Z
2018-08
Markus, Müller. Genetic Variation of European Beech Populations and Their Progeny from Northeast Germany to Southwest Switzerland [Текст] / Müller Markus, Cuervo-Alarcon Laura, Gailing Oliver, K. C. Rajendra, Suyal Chhetri Meena, Seifert Sarah, Arend Matthias, Konstantin V. Krutovsky, Finkeldey Reiner // MDPI Forests: MDPI Forests. — 2018. — Т. 9 (№ 8).
http://www.mdpi.com/1999-4907/9/8/469
https://elib.sfu-kras.ru/handle/2311/110874
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Climate change can adversely affect the growth of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) across its entire distribution range. Therefore, knowledge of the adaptive potential of this species to changing climatic conditions is of foremost importance. Genetic diversity is the basis for adaptation to environmental stress, and the regeneration phase of forests is a key stage affecting genetic diversity. Nevertheless, little is known about the effect of climate change on the genetic diversity of adult trees compared to their progeny. Here, we present genetic diversity data for 24 beech populations ranging from northeast Germany to southwest Switzerland. Potentially adaptive genetic variation was studied using single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers in candidate genes that are possibly involved in adaptive trait variation. In addition, more than 2000 adult trees and 3000 of their seedlings were genotyped with simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers to determine selectively neutral genetic diversity and differentiation among populations. All populations showed high SSR and SNP variation, and no differences in genetic diversity were found between adult trees and their offspring. The genetic differentiation between adults and seedlings within the same stands was also insignificant or very low. Therefore, we can conclude tentatively that the transfer of genetic variation among tree generations, currently, is not much affected by climate change, at least in the studied beech populations.
European beech
genetic variation
climate change
adaptive potential
Genetic Variation of European Beech Populations and Their Progeny from Northeast Germany to Southwest Switzerland
Journal Article
Journal Article Preprint
34.15.23
2019-07-01T07:26:59Z
10.3390/f9080469
Институт фундаментальной биологии и биотехнологии
Базовая кафедра защиты и современных технологии мониторинга лесов
MDPI Forests
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