The genetic structure of Anatolian turkish population based on fifteen loci

Ergüven, Ayşe


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More than half of the Pinaceae is including in genus Pinus covers the large parts of vegetation of northern hemisphere. The Anatolian Black Pine is one of the subspecies of European Black Pine, growing naturally as a widespread mid elevation species of Taurus, western Anatolian and northern Anatolian Mountains of Turkey. Although it is disputed that there are 5 varieties of Anatolian black pine but three of these are well recognized. These are Pinus nigra subsp. pallasiana var. pallasiana, Pinus nigra Arnol...
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A. Ergüven, “The genetic structure of Anatolian turkish population based on fifteen loci,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1997.