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This page reflects community submissions associated with published studies. Each submission is associated with a longterm identifier that connects the genotype, phenotype, and/or environmental metrics assessed. These studies represent diversity assessements, association mapping, and landscape genomics. We accept studies with a variety of marker types. We encourage you to submit your study to TreeGenes and utilize the provided accession in your publication. We currently have 157 studies representing 156 species. Studies that have georeferenced accessions associated with them can be queried on CartograPlant.

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AccessionTitleSpeciesPlant CountPhenotypes AssessedPhenotypic MeasuresGenotype Count
TGDR020Molecular marker associated with a deleterious recessive anomaly in Eucalyptus grandis seedlingsEucalyptus grandis25261512252
TGDR021Population genetic analysis of Xylia xylocarpa (Fabaceae - Mimosoideae) in ThailandXylia xylocarpa10968768
TGDR022Genetic variation in growth and wood-quality traits of Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata across three sites in south-east Queensland, AustraliaCorymbia citriodora1014211111562
TGDR023Phenotypic and genotypic correlations for wood properties of hybrid poplar clones of Southern QuebecPopulus hybrids105131365
TGDR024Shared phylogeographic patterns and widespread chloroplast haplotype sharing in Eucalyptus species with different ecological tolerancesEucalyptus delegatensis
Eucalyptus obliqua
Eucalyptus regnans
13103275
TGDR025Shared phylogeographic patterns and widespread chloroplast haplotype sharing in Eucalyptus species with different ecological tolerancesEucalyptus delegatensis
Eucalyptus obliqua
Eucalyptus regnans
1002400
TGDR026Shared phylogeographic patterns and widespread chloroplast haplotype sharing in Eucalyptus species with different ecological tolerancesEucalyptus delegatensis
Eucalyptus obliqua
Eucalyptus regnans
2651325
TGDR027Shared phylogeographic patterns and widespread chloroplast haplotype sharing in Eucalyptus species with different ecological tolerancesEucalyptus delegatensis
Eucalyptus obliqua
Eucalyptus regnans
2701350
TGDR028Maintaining high levels of genetic diversity and low levels of inbreeding through intensive pollen flow of the coniferous Araucaria angustifolia: a landscape level study in Southern BrazilAraucaria angustifolia590211805900
TGDR029The genetic diversity and introgression of Juglans regia and J. sigillata in Tibet as revealed by SSR markersJuglans regia
Juglans sigillata
4185016
TGDR030The genetic diversity and introgression of Juglans regia and J. sigillata in Tibet as revealed by SSR markersJuglans regia
Juglans sigillata
1002400
TGDR032Decline in gene diversity and strong genetic drift in the northward-expanding marginal populations of Fagus crenataFagus crenata338640632
TGDR033Association mapping for wood quality and growth traits in Eucalyptus globulus ssp. globulus Labill identifies nine stable marker-trait associations for seven traitsEucalyptus globulus
Eucalyptus globulus
68166738
TGDR034Genetic characterization of chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.) orchards and traditional nut varieties in El Bierzo, a glacial refuge and major cultivation site in Northwestern SpainCastanea sativa1001100
TGDR035Nuclear genetic variation across the range of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa): Phylogeographic, taxonomic and conservation implicationsPinus ponderosa622643582
TGDR036A reciprocal transplant trial reveals asymmetric local adaptation in survival and growth of Japanese red pine (Pinus densiflora) treesPinus densiflora428125160
TGDR037Genetic structure in Pinus cembra from the Carpathian Mountains inferred from nuclear and chloroplast microsatellites confirms post-glacial range contraction and identifies introduced individualsPinus cembra
Pinus sibirica
62214316
TGDR038Genetic structure in Pinus cembra from the Carpathian Mountains inferred from nuclear and chloroplast microsatellites confirms post-glacial range contraction and identifies introduced individualsPinus cembra
Pinus sibirica
631386
TGDR039Genetic diversity and inbreeding in natural and managed populations of Scots pinePinus sylvestris350666744
TGDR040A candidate gene-based association study reveals significantly associated SNPs with bud burst in European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.)Fagus sylvatica14053562064630