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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.


AccessionTitleSpeciesPlant CountPhenotypes AssessedPhenotypic MeasuresGenotype Count
TGDR175Contrasting influences of geographic range and distribution of populations on patterns of genetic diversity in two sympatric Pilbara AcaciasAcacia atkinsiana
Acacia ancistrocarpa
TGDR176Genetic connectivity and diversity in inselberg populations of Acacia woodmaniorum, a rare endemic of the Yilgarn Craton banded iron formationsAcacia woodmaniorum57317190
TGDR177Genetic variation in Tertiary relics: the case of eastern-Mediterranean Abies (Pinaceae)Abies alba
Abies nordmanniana
TGDR183Genotype-by-environment interaction in Corymbia citriodora (Hook.) K. D. Hill, & L. A. S. Johnson progeny test in Luiz Antonio, Brazil. Corymbia citriodora5040
TGDR191The geographical and environmental determinants of genetic diversity for four alpine conifers of the European AlpsLarix decidua
Pinus cembra
Pinus mugo
Abies alba
TGDR196Applying landscape genomic tools to forest management and restoration of Hawaiian koa (Acacia koa) in a changing environmentAcacia koa
Acacia koaia
TGDR198Adaptation to local climate in a multi-trait space: evidence from silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) populations across a heterogeneous environmentAbies alba387144738
TGDR231A linkage disequilibrium perspective on the genetic mosaic of speciation in two hybridizing Mediterranean white oaksQuercus pyrenaica
Quercus faginea
TGDR234Adding landscape genetics and individual traits to the ecosystem function paradigm reveals the importance of species functional breadthMiconia affinis208724880
TGDR238A novel growth model evaluating age-size effect on long-term trends in tree growth.Cryptomeria japonica643117073
TGDR245Genetic parameters in subtropical pine F1 hybrids: heritabilities, between-trait correlations and genotype-by-environment interactionsPinus caribaea3286619746
TGDR246Loci under selection during multiple range expansions of an invasive plant are mostly population-specific, but patterns are associated with climatePinus taeda30028200
TGDR247Analysis of microsatellite loci in tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle) using SSR-GBSAilanthus altissima903420
TGDR252Geographical gradients of genetic diversity and differentiation among the southernmost marginal populations of Abies sachalinensis revealed by EST-SSR polymorphismAbies sachalinensis119159550
TGDR264Molecular variability of Field Maple populations (Acer campestre L.) in Bosnia and HerzegovinaAcer campestre5989568
TGDR288Genetic relationships, structure and parentage simulation among the olive tree (Olea europaea L. subsp. europaea) cultivated in Southern Italy revealed by SSR markersOlea europaea68302040
TGDR289The population demography of Betula maximowicziana, a cool temperate tree species in Japan, in relation to the last glacial period: Its admixture-like genetic structure is the result of simple population splitting not admixingBetula maximowicziana141632997
TGDR291Phylogeography of African locust bean (Parkia biglobosa) reveals genetic divergence and spatially structured populations in West and Central AfricaParkia biglobosa153924860
TGDR293Low genetic diversity despite multiple introductions of the invasive plant species Impatiens glandulifera in EuropeImpatiens glandulifera7566804
TGDR294Geographical barriers and climate influence demographic history in narrowleaf cottonwoodsPopulus angustifolia72934303