Natural hybridization between cultivated poplars and their wild relatives: evidence and consequences for native poplar populations

An Vanden Broeck, M Villar, E Van Bockstaele, Jos Van Slycken

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    It is recognized that introgressive hybridization and gene flow from domesticated species into their wild relatives can have a profound effect on the persistence and evolution of wild populations. Here, we review published literature and recent data concerning introgressive hybridization involving numerous species of the genus Populus. First, we briefly refer to some concepts and terminology before
    reviewing examples of natural and anthropogenic hybridization. Second, we examine whether natural genetic barriers could limit introgressive
    hybridization. Threat and possible consequences of anthropogenic hybridization are discussed in order to finally suggest conservation strategies for native poplar populations.
    TaalEngels
    TijdschriftAnnals of Forest Science
    Volume62
    Exemplaarnummer7
    Pagina's (van-tot)601-613
    Aantal pagina's13
    DOI's
    StatusGepubliceerd - 2005

    Thematische lijst

    • Soorten en biotopen

    EWI Biomedische wetenschappen

    • B004-plantkunde

    Taxonomische lijst

    • populier (Populus spp.)

    Beleidsmatig

    • biodiversiteitsbeleid

    Geografische lijst

    • Europa

    Technologisch

    • genetische technieken

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