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Nelson Enrique Vega-Vela and María Isabel Chacón Sánchez Genetic structure along an altitudinal gradient in Lippia origanoides, a promising aromatic plant species restricted to semiarid areas in northern South America Ecology and Evolution 2

Article first published online: 27 SEP 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/ece3.360

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Lippia origanoides is a species of interest and promising for the quality and potential industrial use of its essential oils. Using AFLPs, we reliably identified four populations at contrasting altitudes (FST = 0.18, P-value < 0.0000) in the canyon of the Chicamocha River. The differences in altitude among the basins seem to be relevant in determining the genetic structure of this species.

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