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C. Lexer, Kremer, A., Petit, R. J.2006Shared alleles in sympatric oaks: recurrent gene flow is a more parsimonious explanation than ancestral polymorphism
R. Lumaret, Mir, C., Michaud, H., Raynal, V.2002Phylogeographical variation of chloroplast DNA in holm oak (Quercus ilex L.)
C. R. Magni, Ducousso, A., Caron, H., Petit, R. J., Kremer, A.2005Chloroplast DNA variation of Quercus rubra L. in North America and comparison with other Fagaceae
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T. D. Marsico, Hellmann J. J.2009Patterns of seed dispersal and pollen flow in Quercus garryana (Fagaceae) following post-glacial climatic changes
P. F. Maycock, Daniel, D. R., Gregory, R., Reznicek, A. A.1980Hill’s oak (Quercus ellipsoidalis) in Canada
A. M. Montalvo, Conard, S. G., Conkle, M. T., Hodgskiss, P. D.1997Population structure, genetic diversity, and clone formation in Quercus chrysolepis (Fagaceae)
E. V. Moran, Willis, J., Clark, J. S.2012Genetic evidence for hybridization in red oaks (Quercus sect. Lobatae, Fagaceae)
G. Muir Schl2006Moving beyond single-locus studies to characterize hybridization between oaks (Quercus spp.)
G. Muir Schl2005Evidence for shared ancestral polymorphism rather than recurrent gene flow at microsatellite loci differentiating two hybridizing oaks (Quercus spp.)
G. Muir, Fleming, C. C., Schl2000Species status of hybridizing oaks
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J. A. Nicholls, Challis, R. J., Mutun, S., Stone, G. N.2012Mitochondrial barcodes are diagnostic of shared refugia but not species in hybridizing oak gallwasps
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M. P. Nobis, Normand S.2014KISSMig – a simple model for R to account for limited migration in analyses of species distributions
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J. Ortego, Gugger, P. F., Riordan, E. C., Sork, V. L.2014Influence of climatic niche suitability and geographical overlap on hybridization patterns among southern Californian oaks
J. Ortego, Gugger, P. F., Sork, V. L.2014Climatically stable landscapes predict patterns of genetic structure and admixture in the Californian canyon live oak
W. R. Overlease1991Genetic relationships between three species of oaks as determined by common garden studies with populations from Michigan, Indiana and Wisconsin
W. R. Overlease1977A study of the relationship between Scarlet Oak (Quercus coccinea Muenchh.) and Hill Oak (Quercus ellipsoidalis E.J. Hill) in Michigan and nearby states
I. S. Pearse, Baty, J. H., Herrmann, D., Sage, R., Koenig, W. D.2015Leaf phenology mediates provenance differences in herbivore populations on valley oaks in a common garden
I. S. Pearse, Hipp A. L.2009Phylogenetic and trait similarity to a native species predict herbivory on non-native oaks
R. J. Petit1993Gene diversity in natural populations of oak species
J. Javier Peguero-Pina, Sancho-Knapik, D., Barrón, E., Camarero, J. Jesús, Vilagrosa, A., Gil-Pelegrín, E.2014Morphological and physiological divergences within Quercus ilex support the existence of different ecotypes depending on climatic dryness
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A. L. Purnell2010Determination of drought tolerance and heredity of Quercus series Virentes in Texas. Specifically, Quercus virginiana and Quercus fusiformis accessions for adaptation to demanding environments
I. M. Pérez-Ramos, Urbieta, I. R., Zavala, M. A., Marañón, T.2012Ontogenetic conflicts and rank reversals in two Mediterranean oak species: implications for coexistence
J. F. Lind-Riehl, Sullivan, A. R., Gailing, O.2014Evidence for selection on a CONSTANS-like gene between two red oak species
T. R. Rogers, F. Russell L.2014Historical patterns of oak population expansion in the Chautauqua Hills, Kansas
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D. A. Shepard1993The Legitimacy of Quercus ellipsoidalis Based on a Populational Study of Quercus coccinea in Illinois
D. A. Shepard1991The occurrence of the scarlet oak, Quercus coccinea in northern Illinois
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