Can a better understanding of the origins of the invasive tree species Schinus terebinthifolia in South Africa help to inform its management?
Sun et al. used genomic data to reconstruct the phylogeny of Abelia and found a clear pattern of reticulate evolution in the group.
The study combines genetic and physical data to define four groups of hazel plants.
Sorbus is a highly diverse tree genus but is this the result of hybridisation and introgression between native and foreign species?
Can large scale biogeographic studies provide insights into Prosopis genetic diversity, hybridisation and clarify taxonomic uncertainties?
Is hybridization a significant driver of plant speciation and endemism in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau?
New study identifies hybridisation and backcrossing events to have led to the modern sugarcane cultivars.
A limited set of SNPs identified the species of test trees with a high degree of accuracy, finding asymmetrical mixing among the three species.
Invasive species might suffer from a change in conditions in tidal areas, but their hybrid offspring may have genes to survive.