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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
TGDR322Genetic resources of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. f.) – strong genetic structure among natural populationsTectona grandis Linn. f.5578401
TGDR323Revisiting the provenance delineation of a widespread shrub, Frangula alnus—the role of spatial, temporal and environmental patternsFrangula alnus5768064
TGDR324Relationships between population density, fine-scale genetic structure, mating system and pollen dispersal in a timber tree from African rainforests.Erythrophleum suaveolens140724507
TGDR325Pollen dispersal patterns and population persistence in a small isolated population of Fagus crenataFagus crenata2055330
TGDR329Unusually limited pollen dispersal and connectivity of Pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) refugial populations at the species' southern range marginQuercus robur82032800
TGDR330Effect of habitat fragmentation on the genetic diversity of peripheral populations of beech in Central ItalyFagus sylvatica8569416
TGDR331Evidence of high genetic diversity and significant population structuring in Vachellia tortilis (Forsk.) Galasso & Bonfi population in KenyaVachellia tortilis4509000
TGDR339Forest trees in human modified landscapes: ecological and genetic drivers of recruitment failure in Dysoxylum malabaricum (Meliaceae)Dysoxylum malabaricum2986452
TGDR340Effects of fire regime on the population genetics of natural pine stands, in Genetic structure of forest trees in biodiversity hotspots at different spatial scales (Ph.D. thesis).Pinus halepensis37499056
TGDR341Patterns of geographic distribution have a considerable influence on population genetic structure in one common and two rare species of Rhododendron (Ericaceae)Rhododendron weyrichii
Rhododendron sanctum
Rhododendron amagianum
9028825
TGDR342Genetic diversity of the endemic Canary Island pine tree, Pinus canariensis (Ph.D. thesis)Pinus canariensis53411811
TGDR343High genetic diversity and distinctiveness of rear-edge climate relicts maintained by ancient tetraploidisation for Alnus glutinosaAlnus glutinosa58725784
TGDR344AFLP diversity and spatial structure of Calycophyllum candidissimum (Rubiaceae), a dominant tree species of Nicaragua’s critically endangered seasonally dry forestCalycophyllum candidissimum22049720
TGDR345Influence of northern limit range on genetic diversity and structure in a widespread North American tree, sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marshall)Acer saccharum91332538
TGDR346Patterns of genetic diversity and differentiation in resistance gene clusters of two hybridizing European Populus speciesPopulus alba
Populus tremula x Populus alba
Populus tremula
40536450
TGDR349Comparative spatial genetics and epigenetics of plant populations: heuristic value and a proof of conceptHelleborus foetidus2014422
TGDR350A Mesoamerican origin of cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.). Implications for the conservation of plant genetic resourcesAnnona cherimola176531770
TGDR351Local genetic structure in the critically endangered, cave-associated perennial herb Primulina tabacum (Gesneriaceae)Primulina tabacum2414338
TGDR352Understanding genetic diversity of relict forests. Linking long-term isolation legacies and current habitat fragmentation in Abies pinsapo BoissAbies pinsapo18917329
TGDR354Habitat differences influence genetic impacts of human land use on the American beech (Fagus grandifolia)Fagus grandifolia5023514