Open areas in a landscape enhance pollen-mediated gene flow of a tree species: evidence from northern Switzerland View Full Text


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DATE

2010-07

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U. Kamm, F. Gugerli, P. Rotach, P. Edwards, R. Holderegger

ABSTRACT

Habitat fragmentation often has negative consequences for genetic diversity, and thereby for the viability of populations. However, these negative consequences might be counteracted by gene flow as the latter provides functional connectivity between apparently isolated habitat fragments. Gene flow is itself influenced by landscape structure and composition, and it is therefore important to understand the relationship between gene flow and landscape structure and composition. We used linear LAD regression models to investigate the relationship between contemporary gene flow by pollen in the rare, insect-pollinated forest tree Sorbus domestica and several landscape features. None of the landscape components—which included closed forest, deep valleys, open land and settlements—proved to be an impermeable barrier to gene flow by pollen. We found evidence that settlements, large open areas, and a pronounced topography increased long-distance gene flow in the landscape as compared to a random model including all possible gene flow trajectories. These results are encouraging from a conservation view, as gene flow in species pollinated by generalist insects seems to provide functional connectivity and may help to maintain genetic diversity in rare plant species in fragmented landscapes. More... »

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903-911

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