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Maria V. Inza, Noga Zelener, Luis Fornes and Leonardo A. Gallo Effect of latitudinal gradient and impact of logging on genetic diversity of Cedrela lilloi along the Argentine Yungas Rainforest Ecology and Evolution 2

Version of Record online: 28 SEP 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/ece3.336

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The genetic diversity of Cedrela lilloi populations is highest in the north of Yungas Rainforest in Argentina. Bottlenecks in logged populations decrease the genetic diversity. It is urgent to preserve the genetic diversity in areas that appear as possible long-term refuges of the species in the Upper Bermejo River Basin and Sierra de Aconquija.

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