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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 147 studies representing 154 species. Studies that have georeferenced accessions associated with them can be queried on CartograPlant.

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AccessionTitleSpeciesPlant CountPhenotypes AssessedPhenotypic MeasuresGenotype Count
TGDR062Identification of associations between SNPs and bud burst timing in European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.)Fagus sylvatica6003240027600
TGDR063Construction of a SNP-Based High-Density Genetic Map Using Genotyping by Sequencing (GBS) and QTL Analysis of Nut Traits in Chinese Chestnut (Castanea mollissima Blume)Castanea mollissima3719970659
TGDR065Population isolation results in unexpectedly high differentiation in Carolina hemlock (Tsuga caroliniana), an imperiled southern Appalachian endemic coniferTsuga caroliniana87813170
TGDR066Gene Flow Between Vicariant Tree Species: Insights into Savanna-Forest Evolutionary RelationshipsHymenaea courbaril
Hymenaea stigonocarpa
7044928
TGDR067Gene Flow Between Vicariant Tree Species: Insights Into Savanna-Forest Evolutionary RelationshipsHymenaea courbaril
Hymenaea stigonocarpa
2102940
TGDR068Landscape genetics structure of European sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill): indications for conservation priorities Castanea sativa321616080
TGDR069Variation of cytosine methylation patterns in European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.)Fagus sylvatica87010870023490
TGDR070Effects of logging rotation in a lowland dipterocarp forest on mating system and gene flow in Shorea parvifoliaShorea parvifolia115436928
TGDR101Genetic and morphological differentiation in populus nigra l.: isolation by colonization or isolation by adaptation?Populus nigra325912329405544
TGDR120Climate and competition effects on tree growth in Rocky Mountain forestsPinus ponderosa
Pseudotsuga menziesii
Abies lasiocarpa
Picea engelmannii
Pinus contorta var. latifolia
7716185268
TGDR121Distinct niche divergence characterizes the homoploid hybrid speciation of Pinus densata on the Tibetan PlateauPinus yunnanensis
Pinus tabuliformis
Pinus densata
412226780
TGDR122Microsatellite primers for the Pacific Northwest endemic conifer Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (Cupressaceae)Chamaecyparis lawsoniana642816
TGDR124Climate-related adaptive genetic variation and population structure in natural stands of Norway spruce in the South-Eastern AlpsPicea abies826883820
TGDR127Geographical isolation and environmental heterogeneity contribute to the spatial genetic patterns of Quercus kerrii (Fagaceae)Quercus kerrii314423580
TGDR131Genetic divergence and signatures of natural selection in marginal populations of a keystone, long-lived conifer, eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) from northern OntarioPinus strobus61467540
TGDR133Extending glacial refugia for a European tree: genetic markers show that Iberian populations of white elm are native relicts and not introductionsUlmus laevis Pallas24214520
TGDR136Population genetic structure of the endemic rosewoods Dalbergia cochinchinensis and D. oliveri at a regional scale reflects the Indochinese landscape and life-history traitsDalbergia cochinchinensis
Dalbergia oliveri
98831848
TGDR138Stage and size structure of three species of oaks in central coastal CaliforniaQuercus agrifolia
Quercus lobata
Quercus douglasii
112169201888
TGDR165Conservation of old individual trees and small populations is integral to maintain species’ genetic diversity of a historically fragmented woody perennialEucalyptus caesia217560900
TGDR170Population clustering and clonal structure evidence the relict state of Ulmus minor Mill. in the Balearic IslandsUlmus minor Mill.2604662