The evolutionary history of Antirrhinum in the Pyrenees inferred from phylogeographic analyses

  • Liberal I
  • Burrus M
  • Suchet C
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Abstract

The origin and colonisation history after the Quaternary ice ages remain largely unresolved for many plant lineages, mainly owing to a lack of fine-scale studies. Here, we present a molecular phylogeny and a phylogeographic analysis of Antirrhinum, an important model system in plant biology, in the Pyrenees range. Our goal was to reconstruct the evolutionary and colonisation history of four taxa endemic to this region (A. majus subsp. majus, A. majus. subsp. striatum, A. molle, and A. sempervirens) by using a dense sampling strategy, with a total of 452 individuals from 99 populations whose collective distribution spans nearly the entirety of the Pyrenees and adjacent mountains.
PMID: 24970688

Author-supplied keywords

  • Antirrhinum
  • Phylogeny
  • Phylogeography
  • Pyrenees
  • Quaternary

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Authors

  • Isabel LiberalGoteborgs universitet Naturvetenskapliga Fakulteten

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  • Monique Burrus

  • Claire Suchet

  • Christophe Thébaud

  • Pablo Vargas

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